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New dual-SIM Philips Xenium X510

Philips is getting ready to launch a new phone from its Xenium range – the Philips Xenium X510, a slider that comes with dual SIM capabilities.

Apart from allowing users to put two SIM cards in it, the Xenium X510 has some rather modest features.

The handset comes with a 3.1 inch QVGA touchscreen display, handwriting recognition, Bluetooth, email, built-in games, 2MP camera, MicroSD card support, and dual band GSM connectivity (900/1800 MHz).

No word yet on when the Philips Xenium X510 will be available. The phone is probably affordable and it should be launched in countries like China and Russia, where dual SIM handsets are popular.


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Phillips announced Dual-SIM Xenium X710

Now Phillips comes the dual-SIM Philips Xenium X710. It supports the use of two SIM cards, obviously, and comes in a classic candybar form factor. All in all, it’s very basic, but it should be very good for those looking to save on their next phone purchase

Key features of the Philips Xenium X710 are following:

– Support communications standards: GSM: 900, 1800, 1900 MHz / EDGE, GPRS Class 10
– Dimensions: 113,6 x49, 1?16, 9 mm
– Weight: 114 gr. (without battery)
– Battery: Li-Ion, capacity of 1900 mA / h
– Messaging: SMS / MMS / E-Mail
– Display: 2.4-inch, TFT, permission 240h320 points, displaying more than 262 thousand colors
– Camera: 3 MP, CMOS (CMOS) with avtofokusom
– Sound: 64-bit tone polyphonic, MP3-ringtones, MP3 player, built-EQ
– Supported audio formats: ADPCM, AMR, Midi, MP3, SP-Midi, AAC, WAV, AAC +, WMA
– Memory: 20 MB available to user, expandable through the use of microSD memory cards (up to 8 GB
– Communications: Bluetooth (A2DP, Handsfree, Handset, Object push, FTP), USB 1.1 (Mini USB), WAP 2.0
– Support for Java MIDP 2.0
– Built in FM-radio
– The Russian-speaking menu
– Other applications: Alarm clock, calculator, stopwatch, Calendar, Calendar, Game Fantasy Kingdom, Currency Converter, My card, image editor, Sudoku game

Well, that list certainly proves that it’s at least somehow well-equipped. But how well it actually works in real life still remains to be seen. If this handset has no problems getting through production, it should be available in Russia for an affordable price.


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Philips Xenium X800 is an once more iPhone Killer

It seems that Philips is jumping into the touchscreen cell phone game as well with the apparent arrival of the Xenium X800. Much like the HTC Touch, LG Prada, Samsung Instinct, and Apple iPhone, the Philips X800 appears to lack any sort of physical keyboard, opting instead to offer its wares through a large touchscreen display.

According to this picture attained by CCID of China, the Philips Xenium X800 seems to come with a user interface that is not unlike the Samsung Croix. Others say that it bears some resemblance to the XMB found on the PSP and PS3. Details are pretty scarce at this point, but looks like this thing doesn’t have a camera either.

Based on my previous experience with other Philips products, I don’t think Cupertino has anything to be worried about in the Xenium X800. Current rumor has this touchscreen phone launching in Hong Kong under the Vodafone banner.


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