Philips VoIP Videophone

Philips VoIP Videophone

Philips plans to introduce a WiFi phone that works more like the mobiles phones we’re used to, Gizmodo suggests. The VP-5500 is powered by Linux, has a VGA camera that...

Guy Brighton
  • 23 january 2006


Philips plans to introduce a WiFi phone that works more like the mobiles phones we’re used to, Gizmodo suggests. The VP-5500 is powered by Linux, has a VGA camera that rotates up to 240 degrees, a TV link-up functionality. Not only that, but the phone will automatically update its software \ through it’s WiFi connection.

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