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Last May, a Fujitsu-Toshiba collaboration unveiled the world’s first cell phone that runs on both Symbian and Windows Phone 7. Now, Japanese business periodical The Nikkei has reported that Fujitsu is gearing up to unveil the first smartphone in the world that runs on Windows Phone Mango, which Microsoft officially introduced last May.

According to the report, Japanese mobile carrier KDDI will be rolling out the Fujitsu IS12T smartphones on retail points around Japan as early as August, even if Microsoft already announced that the first Mango-based phones will not be available before fall. The Fujitsu IS12T features a 3.7-inch LCD screen, as well as integration with Facebook and Skype functionalities.

This Mango-based smartphone will cost between $380 and $505. We do not know whether the Fujitsu-Toshiba IS12T will be available outside Japan as well.

Source: TechCrunch, photo by Gotta Be Mobile

 
 

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