Phillips, throughout the 1970s, was known as the company that would give you cutting edge technology from tomorrow, today both in the home and for everyday use. However, more recently that’s a crown that’s been worn by other companies, but that was until now?
Phillips has just created a new breed of green mobile phones branded the Xenium, with six designs in total, there the first of their kind, totally environmentally friendly, lead-free soldered, all delivered in an eco-friendly package and recycled paper for their user manuals.
Each is armed with dual SIM capacity and an intelligent green power management system that helps the handset to use almost zero battery life consumption when on standby …are you ready for this… Two months.
And the spec on these babies is awesome. In harnessing some of the very latest in new technologies in mobile design, the Xenium range can offer remarkable standby times of up to 60 days, 16 hours of talk time, and up 80 hours of music playback. Tekkie stuff is they can hold up to 1000 phonebook entries, a 1000 SMS storage capacity and expandable external memory up to 16 GB.
They all have fast, intuitive touch screens of around 3 inches; some will come with a 5 megapixel, autofocus camera with flash. Or there are those that come with a built-in LED torch, and for those that love music, four of the models come with RDS FM radio, MP3 playback, and Bluetooth stereo music. As highly energy efficient phones, the Xenium range is designed and targeted to go that extra mile for the must always be connected user in mind and don’t they just