Forgive me if my Pre and iPhone 3GS lusts wane a little, I've just seen NTT DoCoMo's latest super-phone, the Fujitsu F-09A. Packing a 3.4-inch sliding and rotating touchscreen, 8.1-megapixel camera with autofocus, smile-detection and high-speed FOMA and 3G GSM connectivity.
The F-09A is also perhaps the first phone to include an integrated exercise monitor, tracking physical activity and working with the handset's GPS and compass to track progress and offer mapping. Integrated TV can be watched in widescreen by rotating the display by 90-degrees.
There's also Bluetooth and a full internet browser, media player and the usual NTT DoCoMo treats that Western users can only dream of. No word on how much it will cost when it arrives in Japan on June 10th.