Siemens Launches 2nd 3G Phone
Oct 9, 2003, 11:06 AM by (staff)
Siemens today launched the U15, its second UMTS 3G phone. The U15 features dual VGA cameras, a large color display, and tri-band GSM. Full 2-way video calling is supported. 64MB of internal memory is available for video clip recording and MP3 playback. The U15 will be available in European 3G markets, including Austria, Germany, Italy, Portugal, and UK, from November 2003.
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