Philips, which has been steadily releasing mobile phones into the market as part of its Xenium range, has surprised many observers by announcing two new mobile phones which fall outside of that category.
The first mobile, the K700, features a touchscreen display. Also, according to the Ubergizmo website, it includes a built in camera of a decent specification of 3.2-megapixels. The recently lauded, extended battery power facility that was seen on the likes of the X650 and X830 is also present here as the K700 can last around a month on standby.
The other new phone is actually called the X501 but, to repeat, it is not part of the current Xenium phone range. In fact, it appears to be an upgrade to the older X500 which was released in September 2008. Little is currently known about this design except that it has a camera of unknown specification.
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