Philips is now introduce its latest smartphone which is offers a dual-SIM smartphone together the tittle name “ Philips W732 Droid an android smartphone running on latest Google's Android Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0 platform.
Packs with 4.3-inch IPS capacitive touchscreen panel with a resolution of 800 x 480 pixels. It's powered by an 1GHz single core MediaTek MT6575 processor and 1GB of RAM. Pre-loaded with a Google's free apps like, Google Maps, Google Drive, Google Navigation. This clearly means that device is certainly a mide range smart phone as processor is not even dual core when we have a quad core smartphone currently ruling the market.
This device is powered by a standard 2400 mAh battery juicer which is quoted to provide 13 hours continuous takltime in just a single full charge which is something close to Motorola Droid and Galaxy Note devices. Along with this device it also has a imaging device a 5-megapixel rear-facing camera which can be used for photo and 720p HD video recording capabilities, support GPS, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi connectivity, HSDPA, HSUPA technology.
Philips said that W732 will be the longest lasting smartphone in the world, although the talk-time doesn't measure up to the other devices which is now available out on the market.
It measure the acceptable 126.37 x 67.44 x 12.3 mm and weigh at 166 gram along with it 2-SIM slots which is both support hot-swapping. The handset expected to become available in 5 different colour option include black, white, pink, blue and green there is currently no word on the Philips W723 on pricing details.