What is interesting is how Philips used the large battery, its own energy saving technology, and the screen on the phone to offer a handset that gives you longer web browsing time than the 3300mAh battery powered Motorola DROID RAZR MAXX. When it comes to talk time, the latter has the battle won hands down with 21 hours of chatting available vs. the 13 hours on the Philips W732. But web browsing time is a little more complex and the AMOLED screen on the Motorola DROID RAZR MAXX eats away at browsing time much more than the LCD IPS touch screen on the Philips phone. That enables the W732 to offer 10.5 hours of continuous browsing vs. the 7 hours and 23 minutes of continuous surfing achieved on the DROID RAZR MAXX in one test.
AMOLED screens consume the most energy when displaying white. Since the background of most web sites is in white, surfing the web empties the cell faster on AMOLED models. That is why the text messaging application on newer Samsung models uses a black screen and QWERTY.
The rest of the specs for the Philips W732 include a 4 inch WVGA screen, a single-core 1 GHz MediaTek MT6575 processor, 7.2 Mbps HSDPA and 5.76 Mbps HSUPA connectivity, a 5MP camera and hot-swappable dual-SIM support. The device will launch in China soon, available in black, pink, green, white, and blue. There is no word on pricing. And while we probably won't see this model in the States, as the demand for the Motorola DROID RAZR MAXX attests to, there is a great need in the U.S. for handsets with long battery life. Thus, we wouldn't be surprised to see Philips coming up with a higher end model for the U.S market.
source: it168 (translated) via UnwiredView