Philips GoGear Connect 3.5 is an Android-powered media player

Philips GoGear Connect 3.5 is an Android-powered media player

Philips unveiled a new version of its GoGear Connect media player. Powered by Android 2.3 Gingerbread, GoGear Connect 3.5 comes with Wi-Fi connectivity, 720p HD video support, Philips’ FullSound and Surround for Movies technologies. In other words, it’s an Android smartphone without cellular radio, so you’ll be able to use most apps from the Android…

Philips Xenium X116 dual-SIM phone unveiled

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…

LG GD550, Philips Xenium X712 caught in the wild

What we have here are two unannounced devices, each coming from a different company. First, let’s talk about the LG GD550. It’s a solid mid-range slider with features that include a 5-megapixel camera, quad-band GSM radio, and we guess Bluetooth, media player and a microSD memory card slot. The other device comes from Philips and…

Philips Xenium X510 is a new dual SIM phone

Philips is out with a new dual SIM phone, part of its Xenium family – X510. The all-touchscreen device is made for markets of Russia, China and other parts of Asia where this functionality (having two SIM cards working at the same time) is well appreciated. Feature wise, we’re talking about a low-to-mid range handset,…

Archos intros two Android tablets

If you’re looking for a tablet but don’t want the limitations or cost of the iPad, you may want to check out Archos because it just introduced two Android-powered tablets that should cost less than $200. The Archos Home Tablet 7 is more of a mobile Internet device and it looks like a solid way…

Philips’ GoGear Connect PMP packs Android 2.1

Look out Archos because Philips just introduced the GoGear Connect and this VoIP-enabled personal media player is rocking Android 2.1 OS. Philips has been a bit slow with the official specs, but the device is expected to have Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, a touchscreen with haptic feedback, a microSD slot, DIVX/XVID support, a trackball for additional…

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