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Amumu, a Japanese mobile startup, is building a phone with its own processor, processor cores, memory, and storage.
The device, called Amumutu, will run Android 4.0.4 KitKat and will come with an 8-megapixel rear camera and a 1.5-megabyte internal storage.
The phone will run a custom version of the OS that is “very similar to Android,” Amumus said in a blog post on Tuesday.
The phone will be priced at ¥1,200 ($176) and comes with a 1-megabit dual-band LTE modem.
There will also be an infrared camera for video calling and a fingerprint reader, which will be made of Gorilla Glass.
Amumuzu will ship in Japan in the third quarter, according to the company.
Amumu also said it will build a camera that it says can take 4K videos at 60 frames per second.
It will also ship in Japanese markets.
Amu is owned by Japanese smartphone giant NTT Docomo.
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