Sometimes, other nations get to have all of the fun. And in this case, it's Japan. The country is home to some of the world's most amazing technological innovations, and the new Fujitsu Arrows X is certainly one of those. It's the country's first quad-core LTE
Tegra phone, boasting NVIDIA
's Tegra 3, an LTE radio (supported on NTT DoCoMo's Xi network), a 1280x720 display, one-seg TV tuner, Felicia, a fingerprint sensor and Fujitsu’s own Human Centric Engine.
To top it off, Fujitsu’s new flagship device is water- and dustproof. There's no word on a price just yet, but it should be available this summer. Hopefully, it'll make the transition to other nations soon.