Pictures of Android-Based Philips V808 Emerge

v808_001The handset rumors and leaks keep coming.  This time, we’re looking at the Philips V808.    Although the pictures don’t show it at all, this is being reported as being Android-based and pretty much finished.  In fact, the folks at are expected to be reviewing it any day now. 

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We’ve got nothing to prove this phone isn’t running Android, but we’d like to see something a little more concrete.  Is it stock Android or have they put their own user interface on top?  We don’t have a great deal to go on just yet, but some of the rumored specs fall right in line with other Android phones so far.

Here are the details so far:

  • 3.2″ Touchscreen
  • HVGA (320×480 pixels) display
  • 3.2MP camera
  • Dimensions 115×61x14mm

While it looks like pretty much any other standard slab phone, it could still find a home in the handset mix.  It’s difficult to say whether or not this would make its way stateside – so far there’s been very little from them in the US.  Engadget thinks they could ultimately brand it as part of  the Xenium line of handsets.  If this is the first of many, don’t be surprised if they start up a whole product line.

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Keep checking back with AndroidGuys – we’ll be on top of the Philips V808 news!

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