Numerous electronics companies then and now have widened their perspectives when it comes to their lineup of products. Philips is one good example. Philips, being a global company that started in Amsterdam, has taken its bold risk of selling healthcare, lighting, and consumer lifestyle products to electronics just recently.
Philips was founded by Gerard Philips in 1891 together with his father, Frederik.
They started selling mobile phones in 2004 with their initial lineup of colored candy bar and flip type phones including the models CT7558, CT6508, CT3558, CT3308, and CT1608. A year after, Philips introduced a 360 degrees flip phone that looks and acts like a video camera. The models include the CT9688, CT7668, CT7608, CT6618, and CT5688.
In 2006 and 2007, Philips revolutionized the style of their phones and added a modern touch to each model. Their famous CT0598 is indeed a show stopper with its sleek black piano finish layered with gold bands and buttons. They have also upgraded the signal strength of each phone by applying the tri-band and GPRS signals to some models.
In 2008, Philips introduced their first touch screen phone to the public, the CTX800. This model already has an EDGE capacity signals that boosted surfing speeds and streaming. They also released a pen touch screen model, the CT0692, on the same year which became one of the standard designs to the said model type during its era.
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In 2009, Philips released more touch screen phones to the growing cellular market. They released the CTX810, one of their touch screen giants boasting a large screen display. Although, Philips still continued to manufacture their old phone types like the candy bar and flip.
Right now, Philips has factories and offices located at Asia, Europe, North America, Oceania, and South America. They are currently specializing on products including healthcare, clinical informatics, imaging systems, diagnostic monitoring, defibrillators,consumer, and patient care and clinical informatics.
Here is the complete list of all Philips phone models:
A basic smartphone doesn’t necessarily need to provide just the essentials. The Philips PH2 does offer everything you need in a mobile device, with the additional factor of simplifying the entire process. Integrating a 6.2 inch screen, the Philips PH2 has the right amount of size to fit pockets and bags, without compromising actual mobile performance quality.
Security is superior in this device, with both a face unlock feature and integration of a fingerprint reader. The Philips PH2 makes use of a 3,900 mAh battery, which should be able to provide more than enough juice. Get this phone for a practical and reliable choice!
For an entry level phone, the Philips PH1 sure showcases some really nice features and enhancements that anyone can both appreciate and rely on. The chipset, a Unisoc Tiger T310 release, works well with the 4 GM RAM setup (storage can be increased up to 128 GB). The 6.5 inch screen is just the right amount of size to check out apps or browse on the web.
The dual rear camera setup is composed of 13 MP and 3 MP lenses, which do help in capturing clean and crisp images. Excelling in the basics, the Philips PH1 may just be the perfect everyday smartphone to fit in all sorts of lifestyles!
A blast from the past, the Philips S337 showcases the best of mobile devices tech last 2015. At just 1 GB RAM and 8 GB storage, it may not be so much when compared to today’s devices, but the Philips S337 was a beast during its time. The Android 5.1 OS was a nice touch then, able to run several apps with no hitch at all.
The 5 MP camera may be limiting when compared to other models today, but this lens does capture some pretty crisp images. All in all, the Philips S337 was a good choice and reliable phone to own.
Philips released some memorable devices last 2015. One of them was the Philips S309, a nice Android 4.4 device that was great for its time. At just 512 MB RAM, this device focuses on the bare essentials. The 1,600 mAH battery offers just the right amount of juice, which does help in doing basic or standard mobile device tasks.
The 4.0 inch screen may be really small compared to today’s models, but the Philips S309 does show clear images. Speaking more about images, the Philips S309 makes use of a 5 MP camera, capable of capturing great pictures! A delightful phone when released in 2015!
Philips continued improving its devices last 2015. The Philips V787, which ran on Android 5.1, was a step up when it comes to matters of memory storage. At 2 GB RAM, the expandable 16 GB storage was large enough during that year. The camera lens was also improved, with a 13 MP rating.
Screen size was also slightly larger, set at 5 inches. SIM card usage was also improved, with 2 slots now available in this model. Basic as it is, the Philips V787 proved that Philips was constantly improving its products to cater to all sorts of users.
Another 2015 release, the Philips V377 is a basic smartphone that delivers the goods without dealing with any tech fluff. For its time, the Philips V377 was straight to the point: it gets the job done, with no additional complicated processes to deal with! The 5 MP camera is as standard as it gets, which does pair pretty well with the 5000 mAh battery.
The 1 GB RAM and 8 GB storage setup means you only get to work with the essentials – which isn’t exactly a bad thing, considering that the Philips V377 runs on Android 5.1. It is what it is – the Philips V377 is a basic smartphone that you can rely on!
Here’s a good Philips smartphone released last 2015! The Philips S616, which ran on Android 5.1, made use of a nice 2 GB RAM and 16 GB storage configuration. Paired with the Android 5.1 OS, running apps and completing all sorts of mobile device tasks are fast and easy.
Camera was also improved for its time, with the 13 MP lens able to capture some really clear shots. The 3,000 mAh battery was also a step up from previous models, offering better performance when someone needs it. A nice and reliable smartphone to have for that year!
Here’s a good example of a wonderful classic from the brand! The Philips I928, released in 2015, was a wonder to behold considering that time. With a setup of 2 GB RAM and 16 GB storage, the configuration did work wonders with the Android 4.4 OS.
The screen, for its time, was really big when compared to its contemporaries: the 6 inch screen was a nice feature, especially with the 13 MP camera capable of capturing some clear and clean shots. Finally, the 3000 mAH battery was a worthy consideration to keep the device running! The Philips I928 definitely was a keeper!
Reliability seems to be the key trait for Philips models! And the Philips V526 delivers in this department, with this smartphone made to be tough and reliable. The camera, for starters, is set at 13 MP, which does make capturing selfies and other pictures a treat.
Additionally, the Android 5.1 OS works perfectly with the phone’s memory or storage setup, which is configured at 1 GB RAM and an expandable 8 GB storage. Best of all, the 5,000 mAh battery assures users of long-lasting usage! To sum it up, the Philips V526 is a nice phone that you can rely on in all sorts of situations!
Sleek and clean, with the nice benefit of getting the essentials done! The Philips I908, also released in 2015, proved to be a nice model mainly not only because of its tech features, but for its minimalist design as well. The 13 MP camera lens works really well with the shots it captures when displayed on the 5 inch screen.
Also, the 2 GB RAM and 16 GB expandable memory configuration is a treat that pairs well with the Android 4.4.2 OS. Additionally, the 3000 mAh battery does provide the right amount of power to get tasks done. It’s attractive and works really well!
More Philips phone models:
|Philips S337||Philips S309|
|Philips V377||Philips V787|
|Philips I928||Philips S616|
|Philips S396||Philips V526|
|Philips I908||Philips S388|
|Philips S308||Philips W6610|
|Philips W3500||Philips W8578|
|Philips W8555||Philips W7555|
|Philips W9588||Philips W8500|
|Philips W8568||Philips W6500|
|Philips W3568||Philips T3566|
|Philips X2560||Philips X1560|
|Philips W7376||Philips X2301|
|Philips X2300||Philips E1500|
|Philips X1510||Philips D833|
|Philips W8560||Philips W8510|
|Philips Fizz||Philips Savvy|
|Philips Spark||Philips Genie Sport|
|Philips Diga||Philips Genie|
|Philips Genie db||Philips Genie 2000|
|Philips Ozeo||Philips Savvy Vogue|
|Philips Savvy DB||Philips Ozeo 8@8|
|Philips Xenium||Philips Azalis 238|
|Philips Azalis 268||Philips Xenium 9@9|
|Philips Fisio 610||Philips Fisio 121|
|Philips Fisio 120||Philips W5510|
|Philips W732||Philips W6360|
|Philips W6350||Philips W832|
|Philips T939||Philips W8355|
|Philips W737||Philips W736|
|Philips W536||Philips W337|
|Philips T539||Philips E133|
|Philips X333||Philips W930|
|Philips X130||Philips X332|
|Philips X331||Philips D633|
|Philips W632||Philips W635|
|Philips X528||Philips T129|
|Philips W820||Philips W727|
|Philips D822||Philips X125|
|Philips X623||Philips W920|
|Philips W626||Philips V726|
|Philips X622||Philips W625|
|Philips X223||Philips X525|
|Philips D813||Philips W725|
|Philips W715||Philips D613|
|Philips X526||Philips Xenium X519|
|Philips F322||Philips X128|
|Philips D612||Philips Xenium X523|
|Philips X516||Philips F515|
|Philips X815||Philips X518|
|Philips D812||Philips X216|
|Philips V816||Philips Xenium X713|
|Philips T910||Philips X116|
|Philips Xenium X513||Philips F718|
|Philips Xenium F511||Philips D900|
|Philips F610||Philips X712|
|Philips X703||Philips X809|
|Philips X606||Philips Xenium X503|
|Philips Xenium K600||Philips X605|
|Philips X510||Philips V900|
|Philips X100||Philips C702|
|Philips X603||Philips D908|
|Philips Xenium X806||Philips X312|
|Philips X320||Philips X650|
|Philips Xenium X501||Philips Fisio 620|
|Philips Xenium 9@9 ++||Philips 630|
|Philips Fisio 825||Philips 330|
|Philips Fisio 820||Philips Fisio 625|
|Philips 530||Philips 350|
|Philips 355||Philips 535|
|Philips 636||Philips 639|
|Philips 659||Philips 755|
|Philips 550||Philips V808|
|Philips Xenium K700||Philips X550|
|Philips E102||Philips Xenium X830|
|Philips C700||Philips TM700|
|Philips X630||Philips C600|
|Philips W186||Philips X810|
|Philips Xenium X600||Philips Xenium X520|
|Philips Xenium X700||Philips E210|
|Philips X710||Philips Xenium X530|
|Philips X620||Philips 193|
|Philips E100||Philips M200|
|Philips X500||Philips Xenium X300|
|Philips 298||Philips Xenium 9@9q|
|Philips M600||Philips X800|
|Philips 192||Philips Xenium 9@9v|
|Philips 191||Philips Xenium 9@9j|
|Philips 392||Philips Xenium 9@9u|
|Philips 692||Philips 699 Dual SIM|
|Philips 399||Philips 892|
|Philips Xenium 9@9w||Philips 390|
|Philips Xenium 9@9k||Philips 759|
|Philips Xenium 9@9z||Philips 655|
|Philips 568||Philips 760|
|Philips Xenium 9@9i||Philips Xenium 9@98|
|Philips 162||Philips 650|
|Philips 859||Philips 855|
|Philips 868||Philips 766|
|Philips 968||Philips 362|
|Philips Xenium 9@9e||Philips 160|
|Philips Xenium 9@9h||Philips Xenium 9@9m|
|Philips 292||Philips Xenium 9@9r|
|Philips Xenium 9@9g||Philips 290|
|Philips Xenium 9@9f||Philips 580|
|Philips 180||Philips S890|
|Philips S660||Philips Xenium 9@9s|
|Philips 680||Philips S900|
|Philips 598||Philips S880|
|Philips 588||Philips Xenium 9@9t|
|Philips S220||Philips Xenium 9@9d|
|Philips S800||Philips Xenium 9@9a|
|Philips S200||Philips 768|
Photos of Philips’ different types of phones
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