Smartphones, tablets, gaming console, and an even exercise bike, we are seeing Android all around us. If you are still feeling that there is something missing maybe this Android powered cordless home phone from Panasonic might cheer you up, provided you haven’t already abandoned your landline.
The Panasonic KX-PRX120 is no high end player of course sporting a 3.5-inch HVGA multitouch screen, and coming with Bluetooth, WiFi, a microSD slot (no details available regarding internal storage), a 1450mAh Li-ion battery, micro USB charging port and a front-facing 0.3M pixel camera for using Skype or doing video calls via Internet. You will also get answering machine functionality to record voice messages up to 40 minutes, and there’s caller ID and call barring. It runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and although there is no talk about Google Apps support, it should be there since the Google Play Store icon is visible in the above image.
Additional info such as pricing and release date for the device is expected to be available soon. So, stay tuned for updates.
Of course, it’s the age of smartphones and tablets. But there are still a lot of people who use landline out there who might want to check the device out, especially if it’s not too expensive.