Great phone, awesome look and great features but it lacks the bluetooth... thats the only thing that is keeping me from buying this precious...
it has a small colour display + its a touch screen what the hell...this phone suck...look at other touchscreen mobile...itd lyk triple the size of the screen
Very good mobile phone, what's the price and who knows when it comes to the market?
if you have a price range on philips mobiles can you please send me an e-mail thanks
i want to know the price of this set
is there any link to know the price of all the products
Hi, Sorry to trouble u, Could please check for me the price in US for this phone. Thank u
Ummm, Unknown at 21:49, it is not essential for Phillips to have Java or Bluetooth. They are not well known and they are at the budget end of the market but thier models actually look better than the cheap common plastic pieces of shit from Nokia and Sony Ericsson. Besides, give them credit you common twat, rather than bashing them so quickly. Aside from a few models, Nokia are really overhyped and Sony Ericsson only have the P800/900 to make them famous. In fact, SE are a fucking joke, 2 or 3 good phones and they are considered major players because of the name Sony, and Nokia are just common cheap plastic toy gimmicks for kiddies and common twats like yourself who can't afford nice looking expensive and exclusive phones like rich business people or people with brains use, the V600's, SX1's and SPV E200's.
The only different is the style and the colors. 755 is much smoother with round edges.
Report: Alcatel to Sell Mobile Unit
French telecommunications equipment maker Alcatel SA plans to sell its mobile phone unit to Chinese handset maker Nanjing Panda Electronics, a French newspaper reported Monday.
Financial daily La Tribune said the French company agreed to the sale 10 days ago after talks with Panda and other potential Chinese bidders, including rival electronics company TCL.
The paper cited unnamed industry sources for its report.
Alcatel spokesman Mark Burnworth declined to comment on the report but said the company was "actively looking for solutions" at its loss-making mobile phone business. He declined to say how many people the unit employs.
Alcatel does not break out results for the business in financial statements, but analysts quoted by La Tribune put its net loss at 80 million euros ($100 million) in 2003 _ about a tenth of its estimated sales.
The group announced last month that its loss narrowed to 1.94 billion euros ($2.44 billion) in 2003 from 4.75 billion euros the previous year, as it swung back to an operating profit of 332 million euros ($416 million) from an operating loss of 606 million euros a year ago.
Chief executive Serge Tchuruk said last October that Alcatel would seek new partners for the unit.
His counterpart at Nokia, the world's biggest mobile phone maker, said in an interview published Monday that he was not interested in taking over Alcatel's handset business.
"We are not in talks and we do not see any major acquisitions," Jorma Ollila told daily Le Figaro. "We are only interested in little technology acquisitions to complete our range."