China Mobile unveils Android-powered Philips V900

China Mobile unveiled the first official Android-powered Philips phone – V900. Actually, it’s China Mobile’s own flavor of Android called Open Mobile System (OMS), which is also known as OPhone. We don’t know the release date nor pricing, but we do know the specs. There’s WiFi on board (actually some Chinese version called WAPI), 3.2…

Android-powered Philips V808 caught in the wild

Philips may be releasing its first Android-powered handset in the near future. Apparently, photos below prove that. From what we’re hearing it will be another generic Android smartphone with specs that include 3.2-inch HVGA (320×480 pixels) touchscreen, 3.2 megapixel camera and a familiar all-touchscreen form factor. Size wise, the V808 measures 115x61x14 mm… That’s all…

Entertainment-Centric Concept Phone Fits Like a Glove

This is one of the crazier concept phones I’ve seen in awhile. Shao Wei Huang‘s Evolutional Mobile Entertainment concept is a veritable Swiss Army Knife of forms: first, its primary screen slides out the left side and tucks back in when unused; second, two stereo speakers flip out from the rear; third, and most startling,…

Another Philips Xenium handset unveiled – X700

Just when we talked about the Xenium X530, we spotted another Philips device. It’s the clamshell-shaped X700, which comes with an ultra powerful battery — up to 720 hours in stand-by (1 month!) and 450 minutes in talk-time mode — and again, lacks 3G connectivity. Rest of the specs include quad-band GSM radio, 2.4-inch QVGA…

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