One of the biggest drawbacks that most smartphones have nowadays is they take ages to charge, despite running out of juice in what feels like second. Fujitsu’s new Arrows A 301F was launched in Japan today by SoftBank and although it packs a lot of great features, there is one that stands out much more; the fact that it can get a day’s worth of battery life from a simple ten minute charge.
The Fujitsu Arrows A 301F is highly unlikely to get launched anywhere outside of Asia, unless you import one, but it is great to know that someone is tackling the issues we actually care about. The Arrows A 301F packs a 5-inch FHD display, a 2.2GHz quad core Qualcomm Snapdragon SoC, 2GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, a 13MP rear facing camera, a 2,600mAh battery and of course a fingerprint sensor. Its specialized AC charging cable allows it to charge up within 10 minutes to give you a full day’s worth of usage, which sure beats what its competitors are offering.
If you’re still wondering why this device is important? Well, earlier this year Fujitsu announced that they would be expanding into the European market, and more than likely the US market if Europe pays off. Want a fast charging smartphone with a faster processor, and more memory than what most modern tablets feature? You may get a chance to get your hands on one very soon.