by May 29, 2014 0 comments

Philips Mobile has announced its decision to re-enter the Indian mobile space and thereby making its foray into the highly competitive smartphone segment in the country as well. Just like any other electronics brand right now, the company foresees tremendous potential in the untapped areas of the country and hopes to offer qualitative experience to consumers in the country with its varied range of devices that cater to anyone from a workaholic business consumer to the most tech-savvy enthusiasts.

The company introduces four devices in the country that are; W6610, W3500, S308 that also includes a basic feature phone called E130 aimed at users looking for longer durability than power. As per the company representatives, Philips has been doing its homework over the past 2 years and trying to understand the psyche of the consumer; who are on the lookout for devices that offer long standby time, affordability without compromising on quality. If you take a closer look at the devices, you’ll come to terms with what we are talking about.

First up is the W6610 that packs a mammoth 5300 mAh battery, a first for any smartphone in the country. According to Philips, this phone will last you for more than 3 days and offer 60 hours standby time. It sports a 5 inch qHD display, packs a 1.3 GHz quad-core CPU with 1 GB RAM. W6610 will be available for Rs 20,650.

The second in the line up is W3500 that is no match for the W6610 when it comes to battery life but offers a decent shout in the market. It comes in a 5 inch form factor, runs on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean OS, packs 1.3 GHz quad-core CPU and comes fitted with a 5 MP rear camera. This one is priced at Rs 16,195.

The S308 is an entry-level model that is a 4 inch device, with dual-core processor and offers dual SIM support, while the E130 primarily functions as a phone with added bonus of FM Radio and microSD support. These two will be available for Rs 8,290 and Rs 1,960 respectively. Philips has informed that the phones will be available in the coming weeks and gets distributed via Redington.

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