Panasonic may have dropped off the chart as far as Android handsets for the EU market is concerned, but it has returned with another Android device and it isn’t a smartphone; it is a smart DECT cordless phone dubbed as the Panasonic KX-PRX120 DECT Cordless Phone. the KX-PRX120 is unique in many ways and first and foremost, it is powered by Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and sports a 3.5″ HVGA multitouch display. it may sounds odd at this point, but the KX-PRX120 is indeed a full-fledged Android device and a DECT cordless phone equipped with a touchscreen display. being a smart device aka a smart cordless phone running on Android platform means this landline handset has complete access to Google Play, allowing you to download apps like Facebook, Twitter and more, and share a photo album with family and friends, just like you would with a regular Android-powered smartphone.

other features include Bluetooth and WiFi connectivity, GPS radio (in a house? really?), a 0.3MP front-facing camera for video calls via Skype, a 1,450 mAh lithium-ion battery, and microSD card slot for expandability (though no mention of onboard storage). Android OS aside, it is still a home phone and with that respect it does have the usual landline phone features such as incoming/outgoing call barring, caller ID, caller ID memory, built-in answering machine and supports up to six handsets to a base station. as for the processor and RAM, we are as clueless as you are and the same goes for the availability and pricing. click through for a few more look.

Source: Panasonic UK
via Android Central

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