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DoCoMo launches two “Disney Mobile on docomo” Android smartphones


DoCoMo and Walt Disney have jointly announced two "Disney Mobile on docomo" Android smartphones, F-08D and P-05D. Both phones offer exclusive benefits, services and content that allow users to have a unique Disney experience. 

Walt Disney Japan and NTT DoCoMo have announce two smartphones under the "Disney Mobile on docomo" brand. The new models announced are the Fujitsu "Disney Mobile on docomo" F-08D, and the Panasonic "Disney Mobile on docomo" P-05D which run Google Android 2.3 operating system with full touchscreen display. Users will get to enjoy free access to animated feature film services, original live wallpapers, puzzle and music game applications for children and family-entertainment. Special customer benefits will also be offered in cooperation with Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea, whereby DoCoMo is an official corporate sponsor.

Equipped with 1.2GHz dual core CPU, the F-08D sports 4.3-inch high definition display and features waterproof/dustproof design, sparkling silhouettes of Mickey and Minnie mouse, and compatible with Osaifu-Keitai mobile wallet service and one-seg services. The stylish P-05D smartphone measures 7.8mm thin with a huge 4.3-inch Organic EL display, and designed to fit comfortably in one's palm. It has waterproof/dustproof design and two customizable Disney jackets for your personalized preference. The "Disney Mobile on docomo" F-08D will retail end February, while the "Disney Mobile on docomo" P-05D will sell in March. Pricing details not available at press time.

Source: watch.impress.co.jp


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