Philips officially introduced its Windows Smartphone for CDMA networks and the Chinese market - D900

Friday, March 12, 2010

Philips has officially presented in the Chinese market your Windows smartphone, designed to work in CDMA networks - D900. This model, made in the form-factor "monoblock", has a body with smooth contours, touch screen, support for high-speed data transmission technology in mobile networks - EVDO, Wi-Fi, and GPS navigation.

If we consider the technical side of Philips D900, it looks as follows:

  • Support communications standards: CDMA2000 EVDO
  • Dimensions: 60,5 h15h101, 2 mm
  • Weight: 147.8 gr.
  • Display: 2.8-inch touchscreen, TFT, 240x320 pixels
  • Camera: 2 megapixel CMOS (CMOS) with video recording (MPEG4, 3GP / 176x144, 352x288)
  • Supported audio formats: AMR, Midi, MP3, SP-Midi, WAV, WMA
  • Communication: Bluetooth (including profiles A2DP, Handsfree, Headset), USB 1.1, WLAN, WAPI
  • Support for GPS navigation, microSD memory cards