Phillips Fidelio docking speakers line-up designed for Android-based devices will launch at the IFA tomorrow.
Fidelio docking speakers for Android based on the same speaker systems as Fidelio for Apple range, enjoys a stunning loud and clear sound from your Android phone or tablet. Philips has developed a unique micro USB connector design, adjusted in three dimensions products to hold any phone in both portrait and landscape mode. Allowing you to dock and charge almost any handset with Google OS, placing your device in the center of the speaker offers the best sound experience.
The biggest of these three docks the AS851, promises “lifelike, distortion-less music” and 30 watts of RMS power, while the medium AS351 offers docking and charging support while on the road packing a 10 watts of RMS, and we are left with the smallest one of the three, the AS111 dubbed as a bedside companion (charging over night while you get a good night sleep).
Phillips didn’t reveal any pricing information and no word of a release date, though its likely for the Dutch Electronics manufacturer to announce more, throughout the day tomorrow at the IFA 2011 expo event.
You can get the official Philips Fidelio app for Android Docking Speakers from the market, clicking on this link or scan the bar code down below.
Full press-release information and source of our article from Phillips.