Philips V808 upcoming first Android smartphone with details remain scarce at the moment, but according to PConline the handset will feature a 3.2-inch HVGA display with 320 x 480 resolution, a 3.2-megapixel camera with video recording and GPS support. Stay tuned for more updates!
Philips’ first smartphone, powered by Google Android OS. It’s said that the Philips V808 has a 3.2 inch 320×480 HVGA display and a 3.2 megapixel camera, and features video recording.The dimensions are 115×61x14mm.
Unfortunately for Philips everyone is looking for the biggest splash an Android can make and the V808 will likely pencil point into the phone pool with specs that will be run-of-the-mill by the time it launches:
* 3.2 inch touchscreen
* HVGA display (320×480 pixels)
* 3.2MP camera
* Dimensions: 115×61x14mm
That is NOT to say the phone won’t be successful. For the right price on the right carrier, any Android Phone has the power to be incredibly successful. The bottom line is that Android levels the playing field from a software point of view. Philips device will be immediately as powerful as other Android Phones, not counting of course proprietary add-ons a la HTC Sense, but its owners will (we assume) have complete access to Android Market. What’s not to love about that?