Fujitsu is planning to bring its line of easy-to-use Android smartphones designed for the elderly to the US and Europe. Aimed at seniors and the infirm, the Raku Raku range has seen success in Japan, thanks to its simplified interface and various pre-installed applications designed to make communicating easier.
Running on Android 4.0, the Raku Raku uses large and easily readable fonts throughout its user interface, and allows for only a small number of apps to appear on the home screen. Just like the company's first handsets in the Raku Raku line
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