Philips is getting more handsets ready lately and the latest model is Xenium X830, the sixth handset with the Philips branding on it to be unveiled in 2009. Xenium X830 comes with a touchscreen display, just like the X810 and the X800 and we’re dealing with a 240 x 400 pixels screen, to be more precise.



Philips’ latest handset also packs a 5 megapixel camera with autofocus and LED flash, quad band GSM connectivity with EDGE, GPS, WiFi, Bluetooth, a music player, FM radio with RDS and 47MB of internal memory. The list of specs is rounded up by a microSDHC card slot and the main flaw of the device is its lack of 3G support and maybe that brown color at the back.

Expect the X830 to hit China and Eastern Europe pretty soon for a yet unannounced price.

[via Unwired View]

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