You have seen many smartphones and tablets running Android OS. The Google’s operating system is very popular on mobile devices. Recently, Panasonic announced a cordless telephone with Android OS called Panasonic KX-PRX120.
The phone looks very similar to an Android smartphone with the presence of 3.5-inch HVGA display and front-facing camera with a resolution of 0.3 MP that can be used to perform video call via Skype or other services. Running on Android Ice Cream Sandwich, it’s equipped also with connectivity features like Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and GPS. Panasonic includes a 1450 mAh battery to extend its battery life. To charge the device, Panasonic KX-PRX120 has the same port as most Android phones, the microUSB.
The main features of the cordless home telephone are automatic call answer that can record voice up to 40 minutes as well as incoming and outgoing call blocking. No information about internal storage, but the device has a microSD slot. Other features are Caller ID, Key Finder, and ability to add up to 6 handsets.