Siemens Reveals Two New World Phones
Jul 3, 2003, 6:33 AM by (staff)
Siemens Mobile today in Moscow unveiled three new GSM phones, including two tri-band models with color displays. The phones will initially be targeted at Eastern Europe, where Siemens is the market leader. The two new tri-band models are:
- MC60: Integrated camera with CIF resolution, Java, 1MB memory, 4,096-color display, GPRS, MMS.
- C60: 4,096-color display, GPRS, MMS, attachable camera.
from Siemens ICM
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