If you’ve heard about the Philips Xenium series of phones, then you’re most likely familiar with their phenomenal battery lives. Joining the gang there’s the Philips Xenium x525 handset, that should provide around 50 days of standby functioning, meaning that you’ll rely on your phone for about 1200 hours.


Also, I must mention that this is a dual SIM handset, one that comes with underwhelming specs, but still… that battery! Talk time is also pretty good at 14 hours and you might want to know that the phone also comes with a 3 inch TFT touchscreen with WQVGA resolution, FM radio and Bluetooth 2.1 with A2DP support.

There’s also a little bit of internal memory, 44MB to be more precise, as well as a microSD card slot. You’ll browser the web via EDGE and even download some Java apps if you want to. Philips Xenium x525 is certainly no iPhone killer, but it’s still a decent niche to hang on to, in this age of cool smartphones that have a battery that will die on you each day.

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