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NTT Docomo releases 2012 summer lineup of smartphones


NTT Docomo releases 2012 summer lineup of smartphones
Japanese corporation NTT DOCOMO has announced planned release of company’s 2012 summer portfolio of new 16 smartphone models, supported by an innovative tablet and a dedicated mobile phone for children.
The product line also is listed with a mobile Wi-Fi router, expected to be completely compatible with all existing DOCOMO's Xi LTE mobile utilities. DOCOMO's new products lineup, which spans across an unprecedented broad spectrum of specifications, is specifically created to satisfy differentiated customers’ needs, when smart devices are becoming an increasingly important and merely necessary element of daily life. Unique nature of applications, for example, the Raku-Raku PHONE line of pre-configured models ensures a touch-screen smartphone that demonstrates the sensation of working with the actual buttons. Those inexperienced users in touch screen procedures are expected to be satisfied with the familiar performance of this newest version from DOCOMO's series of simplified use mobile devices. Another inbuilt innovation is, that users of this phone may apply for the " Raku-Raku Pake-hodai " subscription, associated with the flat-rate bundle services. DOCOMO has commenced several operational initiatives for better security and dynamic customer support to empower all smartphone and tablet models by the third quarter of 2012 to be used with complete peace of mind. Core features of DOCOMO's new portfolio of smartphones and tablet can be described as follow: All models operate on Android 4.0. Eight of innovative models are of the "NEXT" group smartphones, three units are associated "with" series smartphones and the lineup's sleek W-Fi router are interoperable with DOCOMO's Xi LTE service for immediate access and navigation. Nearly all devices are interoperable with the last upgraded docomo Anshin Scan service, which provides new alert system targeted at fraudulent sites for safe browsing, in addition to its previous inbuilt virus scan application. All utilities are anticipated to be compatible with Smartphone Anshin Remote Support call center that designed to send convenient prompts to the user's screen to show them how to configure and operate their pieces of equipment. Most models can deploy Sumaho Onayami Menu, a dedicated web-site of useful resources for smartphone troubleshooting, users’ tips and hints and introductions to overall content. Powerful processing engine, where one model is equipped with a quad-core CPU and other models are having inbuilt dual-core CPUs for getting ample applications, HD videos and games on the high-speed network. Devices are designed to suit all needs, from smaller options that fit one's palm to big 20 cm screens for handy viewing of e-books and other written content. Four phone models and the tablet are interoperable with NOTTV, a V-high multimedia broadcasting application. Two specific smartphones, one featuring the fashion name ANTEPRIMA and the other JOJO series, with exclusive inbuilt content. Some models provides highly in-demand functionalities such as water resistance, NFC, infrared connectivity and OneSeg broadcasting. Six devices will be featured with the preinstalled "Twonky Beam" solution, which delivers options of recorded digital terrestrial contents, as well as wirelessly processed content such as videos, images or music to regular sized TV or audio systems.


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