Philips starts sales of three SIM card smartphone

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Two-SIM smartphones are rare nowadays but this has not stopped Philips from introducing a three SIM card smartphone known as Xenium X2300.

Designed to serve the needs of people who travel often, the Philips Xenium X2300 offers support for up to three SIM cards that the user can switch using a special side button. The smartphone also offers a 2.4-inch QVGA TFT display and measures 119.6 x 50.5 x 15.65 mm and weighs 110 grams. As with every smartphone the Philips Xenium offers a camera too – this time it’s a 2 MP one and has flash along with support for 3GP and MPEG4 video formats. Connectivity is presented by GPRS, GSM and Bluetooth.

Furthermore the Xenium X2300 has an integrated FM radio, Opera Mini browser and a music player that supports MP3, AAC, MIDI and AMR audio formats. There’s a 2000 mAh battery too and a microSD card slot for cards with capacities of up to 32 GB.

Pricing and availability are unknown.


Source: Technomild

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