Just hours after its latest Xenium was revealed proclaiming long battery life, the X650 along with the X830, another new Philips handset has made an appearance, this time sporting Android, to make the V808 the very first Android-powered mobile phone to be developed by the company.
Nothing is known of its price or whether it will eventually enjoy a release into the European market. However, what is known is a selection of specifications that includes a large touchscreen spanning 3.2in, including a HVGA resolution and packing in 320 x 480 pixels, according to the Engadget website. Arriving at 115 x 61 x 14mm large and set within a rather curvaceous chassis, the new phone will also feature a built in camera whose specification is set at a reasonable 3.2-megapixels. You also have the ability to record and play back video. Apparently, GPS is also included for location finding.
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