Only few days after we saw the Philips Xenium X530, we now have info about another new Philips clamshell: the Xenium X700.
Like most (if not all) Philips handsets, the X700 does not have 3G connectivity, so your data transfers will have to rely only on GPRS and EDGE.
However, there’s one big advantage that the phone offers - and that’s obviously the powerful battery, which can last up to 720 hours in stand-by (1 month), or up to 450 minutes in talk-time mode.
Here’s what the handset looks like:
The main specs and features of Xenium X700 include:
- Quad-band GSM connectivity
- 2.4 inch TFT internal display with 240 x 320 pixels and 262K colors
- 2.0 inch TFT external QVGA display
- 3.2MP camera
- Music / video player
- Bluetooth 2.0
- FM radio with RDS
- 103 x 54 x 15 mm
Philips Xenium X700 should be soon available in China and select European countries (like Russia, Romania and Turkey). Its retail price is said to be of around €170 ($220).
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