Among all the mobile phone manufacturers, Panasonic is one brand that has stopped working on its mobile handsets. Moreover, there is handful of handset from the manufacturer seen these days but this doesn't mean that the company is retiring right away.
Moreover, shifting focus from the mobile phone to the home based phones, Panasonic has recently announced their attractive Android home smartphone called KX-PRX120. However, sounds odd but it is in fact a Google OS based smartphone made for home rather than mobile.
The Panasonic KX-PRX120 is a DECT wireless standard handset that comes along with the docking station and an answering machine that is capable of recording 40 mins of the conversation. Both the docking station along with the phone and the answering machine has a classy design and neat feature.
Moreover, going by the specs, the handset comes with an Android version 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS and features a 3.5-inch TFT Colour LCD with HVGA display offering a resolution of 480x320pixels. The handset features a capacitive multi touch screen capability. However, not much can be said about the power of the handset as there is no information on the type of processor and the RAM so far.
However, leaving behind the basic function of the handset like making calls, other integral features consist of connectivity options like Wifi, Bluetooth and GPS capability.
Moreover, there is also a 0.3-megapixel front-facing camera for video calls. Further, the handset comes with a microSD card slot. The Android based home phone is powered by a 1450mAh battery.
On top of that, it comes with the support of the Google Play apps and the use of a capacitive, not resistive touchscreen. There is a micro USB Charging Port, Incoming/Outgoing Call Barring to help minimize unwanted or nuisance calls, Key Finder accessory (Optional) and it can handle up to 6 handsets (Optional handset or GAP supported DECT handset).
As of now there is no information on the price and availability of the handset.