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Philips Xenium X810 goes touchscreen

Philips seems to be pushing out a few of their Xenium range lately such as the Philips Xenium X700 and X530, and now their latest the Philips Xenium X810, but the X810 is somewhat different to what we have been seeing from Philips.

The Philips Xenium X810 actually sports a 240 x 400 pixel TFT touchscreen and possibly a touch sensitive navigation pad, is quad-band GSM/EDGE, with 3.2 megapixel camera and flash, media player, Bluetooth, 45MB internal memory and microSDHC support.

The Philips Xenium X810 measures 104 x 52 x 14.4mm with a weight of 100 grams and will no doubt become available in China first although no release date or pricing is available at this time.

Source — idnes

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2 thoughts on “Philips Xenium X810 goes touchscreen”

  1. dave says:

    In Jakarta specification is a NON SENSE.
    Do you trust this ?
    Ask yo friend for confirmation.
    My xenium X100 has a battery life is only a week, best is just 10 days. WEAK.
    Even, one month standby time as written, DO NOT TRUST IT.
    Do not buy bad battery
    Do not buy bad battery
    Do not buy bad battery
    Do not buy bad phone