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Philips Xenium [email protected] Review – A Review of the Philips Xenium [email protected] Cell Phone

31 May 2008 773 supporters One Comment

Boasting up to one month of standby time and up to 8.5 hours of talk time on a single charge, the Philips Xenium [email protected] flip phone has an impressive array of multimedia features to keep you better connected to your world.

The Philips Xenium [email protected] provides a superior audio experience on the go. In addition to being able to use MP3 music files or 16 included polyphonic ringtones to personalize your ringtone, the Xenium includes an FM radio application that allows you to listen to your favorite FM radio programs wherever you are using the stereo headset. The voice recorder feature stores audio memos and recorded conversations in AMR format, with audio playback for AMR, Midi or SP-Midi files.xenium99

The messaging capabilities of the Xenium allows for storage of up to 250 SMS messages, with T9 input in Chinese Simplified, Chinese Traditional, English, French, Russian, Turkish, and Arabic.

The Xenium’s display has a 1.83, 128×160 pixels, TFT display, showing 5 lines of text with a brightness of 250 cd/m^2. You can completely personalize your phone with downloadable pictures, ringtones, wallpaper, and Fotocall. The 2 MB of user memory allow for storage of up to 1000 phonebook entries with 5 numbers each, allowing convenient storage of all business and personal contacts.

Of course, the Philips Xenium [email protected] cellular phone comes with the standard convenience features you expect. Call history & counters are included, as well as call waiting, caller ID, muting, multi-party calls, hands free mode, hot keys, keypad lock, and vibra alert. The applications provided include an alarm clock, calculator, calendar, and an international converter.

Operating on the GSM 900/1800 bands, services include OTA provisioning (WAP,MMS), SIM Toolkit / Release 99 and WAP 2.0, with a FR/EFR/AMR voice codec and Class 10 (4+2) and Class B GPRS. It messages via Concatenated SMS (Long SMS), e-mail, EMS/release 4, MMS, SMS CB, SMS, and SMS multi-target.

The 88 x 42 x 22 mm handset comes in your choice of gray, red, or white weighing 78g. Included in the standard purchase package are the battery, a CD ROM (with mobile phone tools), a charger, a stereo headset, the user manual, a USB data cable, handset and an International Guarantee.

The Philips Xenium [email protected] Tablet will keep you connected, keeping important information at the fingertips of even the most on-the-go user.

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