Dutch electronics giant Philips has announced a new entry-level smartphone known as the Philips PH2 in the Chinese market where the phone carries an affordable launch price of just 799 Yuan (US$125).
The Philips PH2 comes along with a 6.2” TFT display that offers a HD+ screen resolution, 60Hz refresh rate, as well as a 5 megapixels front-facing camera to help with selfie and video calls.
On the flipside, it has a square-shaped camera module which houses a pair of cameras that include a 13 megapixels main camera and a 2 megapixels auxiliary camera. These cameras will be aided by a LED flash to help with low-light photography.
Under the hood, the Philips PH2 is powered by a quad-core UNISOC Tiger T310 chipset which offers 4GB RAM and 128GB onboard storage in the memory department. As usual, it’s storage capacity can still be further expanded via a microSD card too.
To keep it’s lights on, the phone will be backed by a modest 3,900mAh battery which doesn’t appears to carry any form of fast-charging support. Other than that, the device will also be coming with a side-mounted fingerprint scanner.