Philips Xenium 9@9e
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Along with its extreme battery life, the Xenium 9@9e will also keep the business traveler connected around the world, being a tri-band phone supporting the 900/1800/1900 bands.
The Xenium 9@9e has a 1.3 Megapixel (1280 x 1024 pixels) camera with 4x Digital Zoom for close ups, and the ability to take nine continuous shots at a go, saving picture files as GIF, BMP or JPEG files. Images are displayed on a 128x160 pixel UFB 65K color screen, while an 80x48 pixel monochrome OLED sub-display on the clamshell replicates information such as time, signal strength and battery life.
To connect to online multimedia services, the phone supports the GPRS class 10 (4+2) and WAP 1.2.1 standards. The phone uses Java 2.0, and implements SMS, EMS, MMS and e-mails. To keep hold of vital information, the Xenium 9@9 can store details of up to 1000 people or businesses, with a maximum of five entries each (e.g. home, mobile, fax, work, etc). The phone’s 20MB memory can also store up to 250 SMS messages.
The memory can also store up to 12 minutes of voice memos. The voice recording feature can also be used to create a ‘secretary-on-the go’, enabling the user to record a voice reminder of an appointment or deadline.
The Xenium 9@9e is built around full metal/metalized frame and integral clamshell hinge, and is available in three colours: royal blue, executive silver and superior titanium. The phone has 64 tone polyphonic melodies, and offers hands-free operation with a loudspeaker.