The X700 smartphone is the first phone from Panasonic to use Symbian OS. This compact digital camera phone, with video capability, is a stylish clamshell design and supports the miniSD card. It allows users to view and edit presentations and documents, which can then be seamlessly connected to other AV equipment. In addition, the X700's digital camera, video, email and multimedia messaging capabilities make it a comprehensive phone for personal and business use. The X700 uses the Series 60 user interface and shipments across Europe are expected to begin in Q3 2004.
Panasonic X700 weighs 92 g and its dimensions are 87 mm x 47 mm x 24 mm. It is a tri-band GSM, class 10 GPRS terminal powered by Symbian OS v7.0s and Series 60 v2.0. X700 has a 16-bit screen and a VGA camera. The phone provides IR and Bluetooth connectivity, WAP 2.0 browser, video caputure, download and playback and support for Java MIDP 2.0. At 92 grams, it is the lightest Series 60 phone ever made.
Panasonic X700 - PROs AND CONs
- light and small
- latest Symbian OS and Series 60 version
- miniSD storage expansion slot
- clamshell casing
- low resolution camera
- external antenna
- mono sound
Panasonic X700 is the first clamshell Series 60 device. Very small and extremely light, a good choice for those who need a tiny and comfortable smartphone with basic features.