Fujitsu in Japan revealed last month the ISI2T, pronounced as the first cell phone in the world running on Windows Phone 7.5 also known as Mango. The second largest mobile carrier of the country KDDI au did not lose much time; the ISI2T happened to be available today, August 25.
The Mango handset comes with a 3.7-inch LCD with 800×480 resolution, a 13.2MP CMOS camera, a water- and shock-proof body, 32GB internal memory, a microUSB port, IEEE 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi (no tethering), DLNA support, GSM/CDMA, etc.
Nine languages are available for the UI and the ISI2T is available in three “neon” colors: citrus, black, magenta.
Price-wise, the ISI2T is located on the higher end of the spectrum for phones in Japan: the store and other sellers, for that matter, sell the phone for up to $955, but with extreme discounts under definite conditions. So if Fujitsu actually begins selling the handset outside Japan, since they have an international plan, don’t wait for this to be a budget model.