Philips Xenium W6610 with 5300mah Battery Launched at Rs. 20,650


Philips has re-entered the Indian smartphone area in style, launching three Android smartphones and a characteristic telephone for the mass market.

Except for the Philips S308 and W3500, the company also launched the Xenium W6610 at Rs. 20,650. The spotlight of the Philips Xenium W6610 is its large 5300mah battery, which is rated to ship as much as 33 hours of discuss time and up to 1,604 hours of standby time.

Notably, the Xenium W6610 with its 5300mah battery has turn into the smartphone packing the biggest battery capability currently available within the Indian market. With the launch of the Xenium W6610, Philips leaves at the back of one of the vital well-liked handset companies corresponding to Lenovo (P780) and microvax (Canvas power) who created quite a lot of buzz in the Indian market with their smartphones packing a 4000mah battery.

On the specifications entrance, the Xenium W6610 is twin-SIM (GSM + GSM) software which runs the now dated Android 4.2 Jelly Bean out-of-the-field. It comes with a 5-inch (540×960 pixels) he IPS display.

Much like the various mid-range smartphones, the Xenium W6610 is also powered by means of a quad-core processor, clocked at 1.3ghz, and coupled with 1GB of RAM.

It comes with 4GB of in-built storage, which is further expandable via microsdhc card (up to 32GB). It sports activities an eight-megapixel autofocus rear camera with LED flash and CMOS sensor, whereas there’s a secondary 2-megapixel entrance-going through digicam also onboard. On the connectivity front, the Xenium W6610 comprises 3G, Wi-Fi, Micro-USB, and Bluetooth.

Philips also launched a feature phone, the E130 at Rs. 1,960. The Philips E130 function cellphone is a dual-SIM device and likewise properties a digital camera (unspecified megapixel count). Different options of E130 feature phone embody FM radio, MP3 player, microsdhc card slot strengthen with expandable storage (up to 32GB). Sadly, the corporate has no longer specified the whole specs of the Philips E130.


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