Siemens Intros New Entry-Level GSM Phone
Jul 16, 2004, 12:52 PM by (staff)
Siemens yesterday announced the A65, a new entry-level, color-display GSM model. The A65 is Siemens' first entry-level model to feature both a 4,096-color display and support for an attachable camera. Java, MMS, and polyphonic ringtones round out the feature list. The phone will be available globally in September.
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I'm also curious on the intended carrier.. AWS most likely? They've carried their fair share of Siemens phones. Cingular is also a possibility imo..