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Introducing Windows Phone IS12T
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KDDI and Okinawa Cellular have announced the Windows Phone IS12T, manufactured by Fujitsu Toshiba Mobile in Japan. The water- and dust-proof smartphone features the Windows Phone 7.5 operating system, a 13.2-megapixel camera and 32 GB of internal memory. Users can read and edit Microsoft Office documents: they can also store and share data through Windows Live SkyDrive, a free-of-charge cloud service operated by Microsoft.

KDDI Corporation (Head office: Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo; President: Takashi Tanaka) and Okinawa Cellular Telephone Company (Head office: Naha, Okinawa; Representative Director and President; Hiroshi Kitagawa) will introduce "Windows Phone IS12T," manufactured by Fujitsu Toshiba Mobile Communications Limited (Head office: Kawasaki, Kanagawa; President: Nobuo Otani). The Windows® Phone IS12T, available after September 2011, will feature the smartphone operating system "Windows Phone 7.5," provided by Microsoft Japan Co., Ltd. (Head office: Minato-ku, Tokyo; President and CEO: Yasuyuki Higuchi; hereafter: Microsoft).

Windows® Phone IS12T is Japan's first water- and dust-proof smartphone featuring Windows Phone 7.5. In addition to much smoother operability compared to conventional smartphones, the device offers the highest quality camera for a smartphone with 13.2 megapixels, and 32 GB of internal memory, while realizing a compact size. Users can not only read and edit Microsoft Office documents, but can also store and share data through Windows Live SkyDrive, a free-of-charge cloud service operated by Microsoft. It is an attractive smartphone employing the abundant applications and technology of Internet Explorer® 9, the latest web browser for PCs to realize Internet capabilities.

Customers can subscribe to existing pricing plans for smartphones and flat-rate packet plans.
Windows Phone® IS12T will be displayed at KDDI Designing Studio in Harajuku, Tokyo, and au NAGOYA in Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture, from July 28, 2011.