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Siemens announces new GSM mobile phones
Posted on 17-Mar-2004 23:29 | Tags Filed under: News


Siemens is launching a new series of mobile phones during the CeBIT 2004 fair. The GSM tri-band Siemens S65 is dubbed a business class mobile phone. It's the first Siemens handset with a 1.3 megapixels integrated video camera with 4x digital zoom, includes a full suite of business software and 32MB of memory.

The screen is capable of showing 65,000 colours and has 132x176 pixel resolution. The phone allows for an attachable flash. The business software to includes synchronisation solutions compatible with Microsoft Outlook and Lotus Notes, including Bluetooth communication. The phone weighs only 98g and dimensions are 109 x 45 x18 mm.





The Siemens C65 is a convenient handset for consumers that want to get the most essential features from their mobile phone. With an integrated CIF camera, 65,536 colors and a 130x130 pixel screen users can capture and share moments easily and at a quality resolution. Additional capabilities such as Java, WAP and GPRS ensure functionality and efficiency is at the forefront of the C65's appeal.

The Siemens C65 comes with a photo application called 'Photopet' - a virtual pet on your mobile phone, which is fed photos to be kept alive. With Java capability and the help of an easy-to-use download assistant new applications can be downloaded from www.siemens-mobile.com. The phone includes an organizer and address book, calendar and world clock.





The Siemens M65 is a solid outdoor tri-band GSM handset, packed with multimedia features for performance and entertainment. Combining a unique mix of rubber and metal, the Siemens M65 offers improved resistance to water splashes, shock and dust as well as a complete range of multimedia features. It also includes an integrated VGA video and photo camera, a large high-resolution and 64k TFT color display (2.1 inch and 132x176 pixels), and the full MMS functionality.

Entertainment is also high on the feature list of the Siemens M65 with Java and games such as Turrican, Team Point Blank and Stack Attack Advanced. Outdoor related images and animation - nature or sports themes for example - allow users to personalize the interface. To add an individual touch or to fit their moods users can download polyphonic sounds (40-note polyphony). Instant messaging is also incorporated for sharing news and adventures in real time with friends everywhere.







More information: http://www.siemens-mobile.com...
Image credit: http://www.siemens-mobile.com...




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