Android fans across the world have a wide variety of hardware options to choose from as several companies are coming up with handsets based on the Google's operating system. Moreover, as the dual SIM Android handsets are a huge success among the consumers, the manufacturers are launching such handsets almost everyday.
Philips, a popular manufacturer of home appliances and not a dominant player in the smartphone arena, has announced W832 Xenium, a dual SIM smartphone that runs on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
According to a GSMArena report, W832 Xenium has a 4.5 inch display, 1GHz dual core processor and dual SIM support with one SIM card supporting 3G.
Have a look at the specifications of the handset.
Display & Dimensions: W832 Xenium measuring 131 x 67.5 x 11mm has a 4.5 inch qHD capacitive IPS touchscreen display at 540 x 960 pixel reslotution.
Processor: The handset is powered by MTK chipset and dual core 1GHz processor.
OS: W832 Xenium comes flavored with Android 4.0 ICS operating system.
Storage: When it comes to storage the Philips offering has 4GB onboard storage and a micro SD card slot for expandable storage.
Camera: W832 Xenium is equipped with an 8MP rear camera, while nothing about the front camera is known.
Connectivity: The handset is packed with connectivity features including Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GPS.
Battery: W832 Xenium is loaded with a 2,400 mAh battery offering up to 11 hours talktime and 9 hours of browsing.
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Price & Availability
The report claims that there is no information on the price and availability of the handset, but analysts assume that it will be priced reasonably so that it fits in the mid-range smartphone segment. Visit goProbo.com for more online smartphone pricing.