The Snapdragon 865-powered smartphones launched this year mainly use matrix-style rear camera design. Well, there is also a strip-style rear camera design. But we should agree the most popular camera design currently used on smartphones is the Yuba style. Today, we learned that the first Snapdragon 865 smartphone using a Yuba camera design is on the way. The Fujitsu Arrows 5G will be unveiled in summer. But even now, we know most of its features due to the promo posters. (The relevant page is currently officially deleted).
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The Fujitsu Arrows 5G uses a hyperboloid punch-hole screen solution and a Yuba three-camera solution on the back. These are two eye-catching design elements of the handset. The front is similar to the Samsung Galaxy S10 and the back design is similar to the Huawei Mate 20. In this sense, we can say out protagonist is the combination of the two mentioned flagships.
In terms of configuration, the Fujitsu Arrows 5G sports a 6.7-inch QHD+ OLED display with a body measurement of 164 × 76 × 7.8mm, a thickness of 7.8mm, and a weight of 180g. It is equipped with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chip and supplemented by 8GB memory + 128GB storage solution. The front camera has a 32MP resolution. And the triple-camera on the rear uses the combination of 48MP wide-angle main lens + 16MP ultra-wide-angle lens + 8MP telephoto lens. It supports 3x optical zoom. Also, the phone uses an ultrasonic screen fingerprint solution and IP68 waterproof. The battery capacity is 4070mAh and it runs Android 10.
In addition, the company has said that Fujitsu Arrows 5G network has a downlink speed of 3.4Gbps and an uplink speed of 182Mbps (Sub6). At the same time, this smartphone will also support downlink speeds of 4.1Gbps and uplink 480Mbps.