Panasonic gets Android into the cordless phone, unveils Panasonic KX-PRX120

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Panasonic KX-PRX120

Panasonic KX-PRX120Panasonic, the worldwide number one brand of cordless telephones bla bla bla introduced an Android running cordless phone. It runs Android. It’s not necessarily the high end smartphone so you won’t be comparing it with any flagship phone. I would assume this is meant to make the phone low priced for the home or office cordless phone.

It runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. See below other specifications:


• 3.5 inch TFT colour LCD (HVGA) with capacitive multi touch screen
• Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS
• 0.3M pixel Front Camera, no rear camera
• 1450mAh Li-ion Battery
• microSD / microSDHC Card Slot on Handset
• micro USB Charging Port
• Incoming/Outgoing Call Barring to help minimise unwanted or nuisance calls
• Caller ID, Caller ID memory
• Answering Machine (40min)
• Key Finder accessory (Optional)
• Up to 6 handsets (Optional handset or GAP supported DECT handset) can be registered.


No details so far as to when we can see it in the shops, price or whether there is colour variations.


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