Philips Fidelio Is a Rare Android Docking Station

Android OS sure has the most number of manufacturers launching mobile devices at any given point in time.

No matter how many Smartphones have been launched with Android OS, certain geeky paraphernalia like speaker docks, chargers and accessories are more commonly available for iOS devices. The Philips Fidelio Docking Station is an exception, and has been particularly designed for Android smartphones. The docking station works similar to iPhone docking stations. You can stream music via Bluetooth and move around the house without having to connect your smartphones through a USB connector.

With the help of the FlexiDock feature you could charge your Android smartphone and also dock it, without worrying where the Micro USB is located. The dock itself is pretty flexible and can spring backward and forward to fit the shape and thickness of your Android smartphone. Moreover, the connector can be turned 180 degrees, thanks to which you could dock your phone in any orientation that you might wish to. The docking station also comes with the standard 3.5mm auxiliary point, thanks to which you could connect the speakers to any device that has a 3.5mm output. The Philips Fidelio Docking Station looks good and has a contemporary design which many designers ignore.

With a sleek and contemporary design, the docking station can rival any other chic device in the market. It costs $161.97 and can be a great gift to your friends or family members, if they sue Android smartphones. Of course, you could buy one for yourself as well. You could also take a look at other docking stations that we have similarly featured earlier in our posts. The Warpia Wireless Docking Station, iTable Docking Station and the Twistdock are all examples of such cool devices. However, these might work only with an iOS device, which is why the Philips Fidelio is unique.