Although it’s not a Xenium phone, the Philips V900 is an interesting device, first of all because it’s the first Philips to be based on Android – more exactly, on China Mobile’s OMS (Open Mobile System).
The V900 was recently unveiled by the largest Chinese mobile carrier, and it should be available for purchase pretty soon – although we don’t know when, and neither for what price.
Thanks to 163.com, we have several live photos of the Philips V900:
The smartphone’s features include WAPI (Chinese version of Wi-Fi), a 3.2MP camera, 3.5mm headset jack, and a 1450 mAh battery.
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