The logo of Japan's Fujitsu at its head office in Tokyo. Photo: AFP/Kazuhiro Nogi

Japanese information technology firm Fujitsu is looking to sell its mobile phone operations as competitors continue to eat away at market share, reports Nikkei Asian Review

First-round bidding is expected as early as September, and has drawn interest from Tokyo-based Polaris Capital Group, and the UK’s CVC Capital Partners. China’s Lenovo and Huawei are also reportedly in the running.