Philips is bringing its D908 to China Telecom, according to Microsoft’s China website. Feature-wise, this device pushes the boundaries that we’ve come to expect from a Windows phone. The most eye-popping part of the spec sheet is the fact that this device will reportedly feature 1GB of RAM and 2GB of ROM. We’ve seen devices like Samsung’s Omnia II with copious amounts of onboard storage, but even the Omnia II with its 8GB of storage only offers 208MB RAM.
The D908 also features a 3.2-inch WVGA display, is a world phone with GSM and CDMA/EVDO, a 5MP camera, Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth 2.1, and MicroSD support.
[Unwired View via WMPoweruser]
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But you can already get colour changing kettles without the need of over exuberant tech like this... and they actually look like that.
I wish i could construct my own phone like i do my computers. it would end up having twice as much hardware than the top phones on the market, be half the price, and last twice as long...
True story, but you wouldn't get TouchFlo or all of the extra bloatware from the carriers; that would be a bummer. ;-P
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