Check out the latest addition to the Philips' Xenium lineup, the K700. It's definitely not high-end but it has most of the features you'd expect from a decent cellphone. Specifications include:
- 2.8" touchscreen TFT-LCD, 262,000 colors, 400 x 240 pixels;
- GSM/GPRS/EDGE 900/1800/1900 MHz;
- Supported file formats RMBV, AVI, FLV, Divx, MP3, WMA, AC, FLAC, APE;
- Dedicated GPU / stereo;
- 3.2Mpix camera with auto-focus and video recording;
- Up to 4 hours of video playback / Up to 25 hours of music playback in CD-quality;
- 48 MB of internal memory, support for MicroSD memory cards up to 8GB;
- Bluetooth 2.0 / USB 2.0 / FM-radio with RDS / jack 3.5 mm;
- Battery: 1000mA / h lithium-ion;
- Dimensions: 101 x 52 x 13 mm;
- Weight: 97 g;
- Standby time – up to 1 month, talk time – up to 8.5 hours
The U.S. release is unlikely.
P.S. Doesn't it remind you of some PMP?