Philips has been busy of late in releasing ever more Xenium mobile phones. This model, known as the X650, retains the long-lasting battery performance of the earlier model, the X830.
To be initially released in Russia, the new handset will proffer eight hours of talk time along with a month of standby time. Offering a 2.4in screen, packing in 240 x 320 pixels, it presents 262K colours via a TFT LCD display and GSM (900 / 1800 / 1900MHz), GPRS, connectivity, according to the Softpedia website.
A camera is reportedly included with a reasonable 3.2-megapixel specification whilst the meagre internal memory of 30MB can be boosted by the inclusion of a microSD card. It is unknown as to the maximum memory capacity of the X650, however.
Measuring 104.5 x 52 x 16.75mm and weighing in at 113.9g, the X650 also includes Bluetooth and and a USB port along with FM radio for entertainment.
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