Dual-SIM Philips Xenium X710 unveiled

Three phones into the holidays, and Philips still fails to impress fully with the new models in its Xenium range. All of them are noteworthy for their outstanding battery life, but when are we going to see some iPhone killers in this lineup, eh Philips?

Following the special edition Xenium 9@9qs we told you about the other day, now 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



Now, here’s a quick list of the Philips Xenium X710’s key features:

– 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.

Via Mobile-Review

Author: David Gonzales

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  • YOPE

    omg USB 1.1!!!????? IT’S 2009 YEAR!

  • Endorphinity

    Stop pasting specs from other sites and don't reading them before! Dumb translation from Russian to English by the person (or machine) “with avtofokusom” instead of “with autofocus” was spotted on mobilewhack.com. Not a serious approach to news posting.

  • Endorphinity

    Stop pasting specs from other sites and don't reading them before! Dumb translation from Russian to English by the person (or machine) “with avtofokusom” instead of “with autofocus” was spotted on mobilewhack.com. Not a serious approach to news posting.