Today, Japanese mobile phone carrier NTT DoCoMo announced the upcoming availability of no less than 16 new devices on its offering for the winter.
Nine new smartphones will be available for the company’s users in the coming months, along with four feature phones, a new tablet PC, one photo panel and one mobile Wi-Fi router.
The most interesting additions to the company’s offering are in the smartphone area, where high-end devices such as Galaxy Note II and an upgraded flavor of Galaxy S III are listed.
“DoCoMo’s newest collection of high-quality smartphones satisfies a wide range of user needs by offering high-end CPUs, large-capacity batteries, high-resolution displays and distinctive designs suited to specific customer segments,” the wireless carrier announced.
Moreover, the company notes that all of the new smartphones, as well as the aforementioned tablet PC and the router will arrive on shelves with support for the DoCoMo’s Xi (“crossy”) LTE service.
Furthermore, five of the smartphones will hit the market with quad-core processors packed inside, the same as said tablet PC will.
These are be the Samsung Galaxy Note II and Galaxy S III, the Arrows V F-04E, Disney Mobile on docomo N-03E and Aquos Phone Zeta SH-02E. The tablet PC sports the name of Arrows Tab F-05E.
There are also the Arrows Kiss F-03E, Medias U N-02E and N-02E One Piece, Optimus Life L-02E and Xperia AX SO-01E which will be powered by 1.5GHz dual-core application processors.
All of the new smartphones run under Google’s Android operating system, with Samsung’s new devices powered by the latest flavor of the mobile platform.
“All smartphones [are] equipped for Osaifu-Keitai (mobile wallet) NFC services, including newly added smart applications (linkage with NFC chip-embedded posters, home electronics, etc.) in Japan, of which four, and the tablet, are compatible with NFC Type A & B standards, popular in many countries,” the carrier notes.
The company also announced that its stylish new high-quality feature phones would arrive on shelves with a Facebook app preinstalled, so as to provide users with an easy way to share photos and posts.