Quick Internet Access “Raku-Raku” Mobile Phone Released by Fujitsu

Fujitsu Raku-Raku Phone 7A brand new Raku-Raku Phone 7 was announced today by Fujitsu. It is expected to release starting the 23rd of July, 2010, throughout sales partner NTT Docomo.

‘Raku-Raku’ means ‘easy to use’ in the Japanese language, which is why the Raku-Raku Phone 7 is designed to introduce an easy access to the internet to senior citizens, with just the touch of a button. The one-touch access button offers immediate access to the i-mode Internet system. A special access to a website named “Raku-Raku Japan Reports” which provides travel and gourmet information gathered especially for senior citizens is also featured, and can be accessed without a monthly fee.

The Fujitsu Raku-Raku Phone sold over 17.8 million units ever since its debut in September 2001. It still remains popular with senior citizen, while most of the customers use it for phone calls mainly, without touching the Internet Services.

The Fujitsu Raku-Raku Phone 7 is also equipped with a smart 8.1 megapixel camera, GSM for international roaming, and also advanced human-sensing applications.

The Raku-Raku Phone 7 includes a lot of services and features that can really help senior citizens enjoy mobile phones.

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