Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Philips Fisio 825 : mobile phone embeds a BlueTooth

The Philips Fisio 820 mobile phone embeds a BlueTooth cell.The Fisio 820 phone was factory-configured for GPRS on orange.fr (which can be re-configured in one of the empty GPRS accounts slots in case yours wouldn't be. See for details of the parameters). The Wap connection over GPRS should work on the mobile.
The Philips Fisio 825 mobile phone has a lot of good advantages to it and it also has some bad. The advantages, Well its small, light weight, 4096 colour screen, GPRS,Packed with features. Polyphonic ringtones and See who is calling picture display (Through saved picture on the phone) . When you buy one you get a mobile phone tools program for your computer on a CD. Disadvantages. The light on the phone uses the battery life up fast. you will have to purchase a USB cable or bluetooth Gadget to download picture to your phone.
General            2G Network     GSM 900 / 1800
Announced       2002
Status   Discontinued
Size      Dimensions       98 x 47 x 21 mm
Weight             85 g
Display             Type    STN, 4096 colors
Size      112 x 112 pixels, 9 lines
Sound Alert types        Vibration; Downloadable monophonic ringtones
Speakerphone No
Memory           Phonebook       500 entries, Photo call
Call records      10 dialed, 10 received, 10 missed calls
Card slot          No
            - 500 KB for contacts
- 7 fields per contact
Data     GPRS Class 10 (4+1/3+2 slots), 32 - 48 kbps
3G       No
WLAN            No
Bluetooth          Yes
Infrared port     No
Camera                        No
Features           Messaging        SMS, Email
Browser           WAP 1.2.1
Radio   No
Clock   Yes
Alarm   Yes
Games No
Colors 4 - Ceramic white, Diamond black, Steel blue and Sterling silver
GPS     No
Java     No
            - T9
- Voice dial
- Voice memo
- Organizer
- Snap-in front cover
Battery                         Standard battery, Li-Ion
Stand-by          400 h
Talk time          5 h

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