Fujitsu has a nifty little Android tablet ready to come out soon and I’m talking about a LTE model here, one that’s waterproof and has some decent specs. We’re expecting this model in September and the name for now is Arrows Tab F-01D.

The slate will be packing a 10.1 inch WXGA display, a dual core 1GHz CPU and Android 3.2 Honeycomb. Add to that a waterproof case, support for UMTS, HSDPA, LTE, GSM, GPRS and a bunch of CMOS cameras and you get a pretty good picture of the product. 16GB of on board storage, a microUSB port and audio jack, plus a microSD card slot round up the predictable specs.

Coming to Japan first on NTT DoCoMo, the device doesn’t have a pricing yet, but I can suppose it will be pretty big, as it usually happens with fresh LTE devices. We’re also waiting for it in the US, since the infrastructure and networks are ready to receive on the likes of Verizon. And what’s the deal with the name Arrows Tab? What gives?