The Smartphone Philips Xenium W8510, first data of which appeared in may, could become one of the most "long-playing" smartphone running Android. The source had the opportunity to talk personally with the senior product Manager of Philips and to get enough interesting information.
Recall that according to preliminary data, the novelty will receive a Quad-core chip, IPS screen diagonal of 4.7-inch HD resolution and metal (probably partly) housing. In addition, the photo shows that the rear camera has a resolution of 8 MP.
As for the received source information, the representative of the company told how they managed to achieve an impressive autonomy of the new smartphone. When designing the device, the company has paid attention to everything, including the selection of components for hardware circuits in order to avoid unnecessary energy consumption even at this level. Also smartphone has not only software technologies that enables the user to save energy (for example, as the Stamina from Sony), but purely hardware-based, prisoners in a special switch on the right side of the machine. Its activation leads to forced shutdown of wireless interfaces (Wi-Fi, GPS and Bluetooth) and activate the "other functions". And that's not all that wants to offer Philips. The smartphone will support technology of quick charging. It will allow 10 minutes to recharge the device so much that this will be enough for 20 hours in standby or 2 hours talk. And after only 30 minutes of charging the user will be able to leave the phone on 57 hours or talk time of 6 hours. Actually maximum autonomy Xenium W8510 is that the smartphone will allow you to "survive" up to 35 days in standby mode, up to 18 hours of talk time and 14 hours of browsing the Internet, using the Wi-Fi module. The capacity of the battery will be 3300 mAh.