New Philips 855 Camera Mobile Phone With TV Connector

Posted: Feb 22 2004, 7:53pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:18pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

 
New Philips 855 Camera Mobile Phone with TV Connector
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Philips introduces at the CeBit 2004 a new Camera Phone with TV-Link.

The Philips 855 Camera Phone has a TV output interface to display photos taken with phone on the TV-Set.
The Philips is also proud of the fact that the phone opens 180 degrees, which i don't think is so unique. The 855 measures 85 x 47 x 25 mm and weighs 91g. The Phone is tri-band (900/1800/1900). It has 2 color displays and features 9MB storage.
The Philips 855 is supposed to be available on the market in July 2004. Philips CeBit Page.

The CeBit 2004 is taking place in Hanover from 18 to 24 March. There will be for sure a lot of new announcements of new gadgets and future technology. As reported earlier Siemens for instnace will show its PenPhone and Samsung will show its new Slider Phone SGH-D410.



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