Fujitsu's going to be among the first to sell a smartphone running Nvidia's new Tegra 3 processor, and we got to take a look at the upcoming handset phone at the company's CES booth. The phone's raw power was being demoed mirroring a jet ski racing game to a TV and using a wireless controller, but — and this is a running theme with Fujitsu's phone at the moment — it wasn't even really running through the phone. Reps told us only that "this is the functionality the phone will have in five weeks" when it's released, and given its quad-core processor and 12-GPU graphics accelerator, we have no trouble believing that claim. The phone's other specs are similarly insane: a 13.1-megapixel camera, a 4.6-inch HD display, Android 4.0, and LTE connectivity. It will be unveiled for real in Barcelona in February, and though there's no word on when or if the phone will come to the US, given the company's apparent readiness to come stateside we're hoping for sooner rather than later.