Philips is on the rage. Following the unveiling of two Xenium handsets – X530 and X700, the electronics giant is out with yet another device – Xenium X810. However, unlike the previous two models, the new phone is an all-touchscreen device, sporting only few buttons under the big 240×400 pixels, 262K colors screen.
Rest of the specs include quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE radio, 3.2 megapixel camera with flash, media player, Bluetooth support, 45MB of internal memory that is further expandable with microSD memory cards, and of course a Philips-like powerful battery which provides a full month of standby time. As for the size, the Xenium X810 measures 104x52x14.4 mm, and has a weight of 100 grams.
On the bad side, though, there’s no 3G radio nor WiFi support on board. And while we’re kinda sad to see that happening, it’s most likely we’ll never see this baby released in the Western hemisphere. Rather, the Philips Xenium X810 is slated to hit China and we guess some other Asian markets…
[Via: Unwired View]