Philips Fidelio AS351 Android Docking Speakers
When the distributor of Philips told me that they had Android Docking Speakers I was thrilled! It’s about time that third party accessory makers start making more devices for Android. Ladies and gents I’d like to introduce you to one of the first premium docking speakers for Android handsets, the Philips Fidelio AS351.
Philips Fidelio AS351 Android Docking Speakers Key Features
- Wireless Music streaming via Bluetooth
- Precisely Tuned Bass Pipes
- Play & Charge
Read on for our unboxing. 😀
The Fidelio AS351 comes in a medium sized printed carton box. To open just remove the tapes from the sides and flip the lid up.
The Fidelio AS351 has the controls at the front near the actual microUSB dock. Other than the standard play, forward, and next controls, you’ll also find the Bluetooth pairing button here. Wireless streaming via Bluetooth is definitely a welcome feature since you’ll end up getting the phone often from the dock when you need to make calls and do text messages.
The dock itself (the one with the micro-USB port) is adjustable. You can move it to the right, left, backwards, and a little bit to the front so that you can dock your phone correctly. For the most part though you can dock almost any Android device as long as they use mini-USB. It will look better though if your port is at the bottom of the phone so it will stand upright when docked.
I haven’t read the manual yet but I was surprised to see that there was a removable plate at the bottom of the dock. Apparently you can power this up with batteries if you want to take it with you on the road and you don’t have any outlet to plug it to. Coolness.
I don’t know about you but I really think that the Samsung Galaxy S WiFi 4.2 would be very happy docked into this.
Full Review Coming Soon!
SRP is Php7,999. We’ll put this through the paces and give you guys a full review soon.