TOKYO, JAPAN, March 6, 2007 ---
The model boasts an attractive design created by Kenya Hara, renowned graphic designer and art director of popular brandless goods manufacturer Muji, in collaboration with handset maker Fujitsu and DoCoMo.
Special features include "Slow Voice", which improves comprehensibility through embedded software that slows the other person's voice speed, and "Clear Voice" noise-detection, which automatically adjusts voice and ringtone volume according to surrounding noise level. Enhanced "Read Aloud" audibly announces the name of the caller or e-mail sender and provides audio readouts of
DoCoMo plans to market the new handset from April.
The handset's main specifications are provided in the attachment.
Raku-Raku PHONE Basic
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