Philips X800 gets a hands-on preview, seems chubby

03 July, 2008 | Comments (27) | Post your comment

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Philips have a long list of yawn-fest worthy devices, so their latest full touch Xenium X800 easily is making its way to the headlines. Although it hasn't hit the shelves yet, the Philips Xenium X800 has already gone through its first review.

We already know that the Philips Xenium X800 features tri-band GSM/GPRS support and a 2.9-inch 262K color TFT display with a resolution of 240 x 400 pixels. The Philips X800 also flaunts a 2 megapixel auto focus camera, a microSD memory card slot, Bluetooth, an office documents reader.

The first Philips Xenium X800 review reveals some interesting details about the performance of the sleek-looking mobile. But before we continue here is a bunch of live photos of the handset. It does have some pretty nice curves, doesn't it?

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Philips Xenium X800 live

As far as the device performance is considered the reviewers are really happy with the touchscreen sensitivity and the responsiveness of the device. The 1250 mAh battery is also quoted as being quite a performer - and it should be, as the manufacturer promises up to 850 hours of standby time and up to 8 hours of talk-time.

We are yet to see when the Philips X800 will hit the market and at what price but the initial impressions it leaves are all quite positive.

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Philips X800 gets a hands-on preview, seems chubby - reader comments

  • lolzz

lol i thought it was CM gemini-s :D :D :D 2 megapixel >.>?

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  • 2008-07-11 10:44
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  • guest

lol phillips mobile and the asus silent square cooler... hehe

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  • 2008-07-08 02:40
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  • Conrad Longmore

Philips has been plugging away with these Xenium phones for a while. They tend to feature very long battery life and be aimed at AsiaPac markets rather than Europe. Although Philips are a Netherlands company, the the mobile business is actually...

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  • 2008-07-07 17:22
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