First seen at the beginning of June, the Philips Xenium X830 seems to be a really cool phone. Well, at least when it comes to design, because when it comes to features, the handset has some minuses (no 3G, for example).
Two official photos of the X830 have appeared now, alongside the phone’s official specs.
The battery of Philips X830 is capable of lasting up to 10 hours in talk-time, or up to 1.5 months in stand-by time – which is impressive even for a Xenium-branded phone, which usually have stand-by times of up to only one month.
The full specs list of the X830 includes:
- Quad-band GSM connectivity with GPRS and EDGE
- 3 inch TFT touchscreen display with 320 x 240 pixels and 262k colors
- Stereo Bluetooth
- Music and video players
- FM-radio with RDS
- 5MP camera with autofocus
- 47MB of internal memory
- MicroSDHC card support, up to 8 GB
- 105 x 53 x 15.5 millimeters
- 120 grams
GPS and Wi-Fi are apparently missing.
There are no details yet on when the Philips Xenium X830 will be available for purchase.
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