Philips unveils CDMA/GSM touch phone

Things have been a bit quiet on the Philips front lately - aside from their first touch-screen ever - but the electronics conglomerate have unveiled two new phones, one a bit more interesting that the other.

 

Unwired View reports the C600 is touch-screen phone with numeric keypad (does this mean the Samsung Tocco Ultra isn't the only phone with touch and standard keypad anymoe?) that works on tri-band GSM and CDMA networks, and the phone actually has two call keys, one for each network. Other specs include a 2.4-inch QVGA display, music player, a dinky 1.3-meg camera (in this day and age?) that can record video (why would you want to?), an insultingly tiny 2.5MB of internal memory and microSD card support up to 2GB.

 

Then there's the W186, specifically for China Unicom's Wo brand. It's not touch-screen or dual-network, but it packs a marginally more decent two-meg snapper, Bluetooth, a whole 150MB of internal, plus microSD card support up to 8GB.

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