Philips Wades into The Crowded Market Of Smartphones

A new Philips-branded smartphone has made its debut in China dubbed as Philips PH2. This 4G-only phone is targeted at seniors and kids. It is one of the few non-Huawei devices with HMS (HUAWEI Mobile Services).


The newly released Philips PH2 features a flat frame design like the latest iPhones. It sports an AG matte glass rear panel and a glossy plastic frame. It comes in three colors, namely Sea Sky Blue, Ink Stone Black, and Dawn Black.

On the front, the phone flaunts a 6.21-inch LCD panel with an HD+ resolution, a 19:9 aspect ratio, and a dewdrop notch nesting a 5MP selfie camera. Whereas, the back of the handset houses a dual-camera setup consisting of a 13MP primary sensor and a 2MP unnamed secondary sensor.

Bonobo za iphone huzarau Infinix na made in china …fala sana…Ndindu amusha hizi followers were white jesus waone war mpaka watoke Ujinga Democratic Movement

So wafuate buddha? Wacha parables,kuna watu hapa hawapendi land whales,wengine ni mifupa wanarukia…inaitwa preference

The specs & chips on those Phillips devices are so outdated and have no appeal ata kama ni za wakongwe…as usual Ndindu hanging on the nuts of corporations. Phillips been making hizi simu za wazee wakongwe for over a decade mostly in China and Asia regions.