Siemens to unveil S65, C65, M65 mobile handsets at CeBIT 2004
Despite that CeBIT 2004 is to start only tomorrow, Siemens took advantage of its close geographical location to the event place and announced several new handsets for its 60 series: S65, C65, M65, and also re-introduced CF62 and CX65 products.
Belonging to the business class, S65 features 1.3-megapixel digital camera and 132x176 & 65536-color LCD. The handset supports 4x digital zoom, 15fps movie recording, and utilizes MultiMediaCards (32MB bundled). Optionally you can purchase a flash for low-light environments.
S65 works in 900, 1800, 1900 MHz GSM ranges and supports GPRS Class 10, syncronises with Microsoft Outlook, Lotus Notes and other office tools. Sized 109x4(?)x18 mm, it weighs 98g. Its battery provides 250 hours of standby and up to 6 hours of talk.
C65 also has a 65536-color display and works in 900, 1800, 1900 MHz GSM ranges as well supporting GPRS Class 10, MMS, Java and WAP. It features 640x480 digital camera, and is positioned as the widely "personalisable" model. Its battery provides up to 410-hour standby and up to 5-hour talks.
M65 has the same features as C65, but is a true M-series product with a dust/dampproof body. Similar to S65 and C65, M65 can be used with an optional flash.
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