Philips is one of the super-resistant phones available in 2019. Yet, as far as I can see in this new Philips phone, there is something that reminds us of yesterday. This new mobile device is a great design, yet it comes with some resistance. The phone has been released in the month of July 2019. Let us learn more about this phone by checking out the full technical specification below.
Philips S561 Design and Display
This phone is reinforced with a good body design and there is only one color for the phone and that is black. It weighs 5.36 oz and dimensions are 6.06 x 2.87 x 0.33 inches. This feature is commensurate with that of other smartphones of this size.
When you look at the display, you find IPS capacitive touchscreen. The screen size is 5.45 inches, which is still good for gaming and watching movies. Yet, the pixels resolution in the display is poor as it stands at 1440 x 720 and the pixel density is 295 ppi. There’s also 68.49 percent screen to body ratio for display features as well.
I was quick to notice that there are just two cameras in the Philips S561. Also, the dual rear camera in the Philips S561 are 12.58 MP. Image quality of 4096 x 3072 can be produced from the camera. Video resolution of 1080p is also available. Features of auto focus, continuous shooting, HDR, and many other can be found on the smartphone camera department. Following that, 4.92 MP is situated at the front for selfies. It is able to produce 2560 x 1920 pixels images.
Hardware and Software
Philips S561 runs on Android 9.0 Pie modified user interface. Probably, this will be able to upgrade to Android 10 in due course. This is fortified with Unisoc SC9863A chipset 64-bit architecture. There is also the CPU Octa core 1600 MHz, while the GPU is PowerVR GE8322.
Storage Capacity and Sensors
Philips S561 is rich with 3GB of RAM which cannot be expanded but the internal storage of 32GB can be boosted externally with a microSD card. Yet, this is a kind of good point of justice for a phone that arrives with 3GB of RAM. Sensors are accelerometer, proximity, and ambient light. Too bad there is no fingerprint security here in the device.
Network and Connectivity
Surely, the Philips S561 is 4G Android phone that has capacity for two nano SIM slots. It builds on LTE band 800 MHz, 900 MHz, 1800 MHz, 2100 MHz, 2600 MHz, and LTE-TDD 2300 MHz (B40) just like you have in many 4G Android smartphones.
Connectivity components like Wi-Fi, hotspot, Bluetooth, GPS, A-GPS, USB 2.0, audio jack, and other features. There is no HDMI or infrared support for this phone.
Philips S561 has non-removable Li-Po 4000 mAh battery. But there is no evidence of wireless charging or fast charging. The user can make use of it in the woods, mountains, and other places though, where charging opportunities are limited.
Price and Availability
Conclusively, the price of Philips S561 smartphone is approximately $139. For the availability, the smartphone is available for shipping as from second half of July 2019 and onward.
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