Philips has a new dual-SIM capable phone in its offering – Xenium X116. We’re talking about a low-end candybar, which (as it’s usually the case with Philips phones) won’t be available outside of Eastern Europe and parts of Asia.
In addition to sporting two SIM card slots, the X116 also comes with a 2-inch 176×220 pixels screen, GPRS data, FM radio, VGA camera, flashlight, MP3 player and a microSD expansion slot (supports memory cards of up to 4GB). Moreover, there’s the “standard for Xenium series” large battery of 1050mAh, providing enough juice to keep the device running for up to one month in stand-by mode.
As for the pricing, the Philips Xenium X116 will cost 2,499 RUB (about $80) in Russia. Release date is set at some point later this month. And we’ve no information when or whether it will be sold in other countries, as well.
[Via: Unwired View]