One of the 500 new features in Windows Phone Mango is Japanese language support, and as such Fujitsu and Toshiba (Fujiba? Toshitsu?) jumped at the chance to get in on the action.
Fujitsu and Toshiba have now officially announced the Windows Phone IS12T (catchy), which appeared earlier in the month at Microsoft’s annual Worldwide Partner Conference.
The press release states that the Windows Phone IS12T will be available “after September”. It’ll be Japan’s first Windows Phone 7 handset, and the world’s first running Mango.
Interestingly, the Windows Phone IS12T will be both water- and dust-proof, with a whopping 13.2 megapixels in the camera department, and 32GB of on-board storage. It also has a 3.7in display and a 1GHz Qualcomm processor.
We don’t expect to see the Windows Phone IS12T over here, though HTC and others are expected to announce Mango-rocking devices soon.