A Hitachi branded phone also made it to KDDI’s 2009 Spring lineup. It’s the first phone to feature an IPS enabled screen that supports 3D. Well, it’s not exactly 3D but the screen uses the disparity advantage between both the eyes to create a 3D-esque image. 3D content can be activated with a button placed at the bottom of the phone.
More features to make this phone drool worthy are its 3.1-inch VGA screen, 1Seg tuner, Bluetooth and IrDA, MS Office documents support, microSD card slot (up to 2GB), mobile wallet and 5 megapixel camera with autofocus and image stabilizer. The estimated standby time is 260 hours while its talktime is pegged to last around 220 minutes.