We’ve just checked out the X700 and already Philips is showing a brand new Xenium series phone, the X810, with a long-last battery and a 240 x 400 pixels TFT touchscreen.



There’s also a navigation pad with touch sensitive capabilities included and a 3.2 megapixel camera with flash. X810 works on quad band GSM networks and on EDGE, too, but it doesn’t support 3G. Its specs list also includes a media player, Bluetooth and USB support, 45 MB of internal memory and a microSDHC card slot.

The handset’s battery should last about on month in standby mode, which is quite impressive for an otherwise mediocre phone.

[via mobil.idnes.cz]

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