Fujitsu’s new RakuRaku is even easier to use

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The fourth model of Fujitsu’s RakuRaku phone (“raku” is Japanese for easy) is another attempt to give an older generation the chance to use modern communication methods. Its simple design and easy to read display make the less tech-savvy more able to use a cellphone.

Just because the phone is indeed very raku to use, doesn’t mean it lacks features. The RakuRaku is GPS enabled and features noise reduction technology, photo correction for easier image visibility, and the Mobile G Scanner feature which allows for easy email communication. Pretty thin to with a thickness of only 17.6 mm. — Andrew Dobrow

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