Siemens Gives Up On Xelibri
May 26, 2004, 11:49 AM by (staff)
Siemens has decided to abandon its Xelibri line of fashion phones. First introduced in January 2003, the phones were designed as fashion accessories, with seasonal "collections" sold initially only through fashion boutiques and department stores. Fewer than one million Xelibri phones were sold. The company will continue to address the fashion-phone market through the Siemens brand, including a new fashion-oriented model to be announced in June.
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Are you serious
So I won't have that new phone to match my new dolche bag....
oh wait a second... I don't care...
phones as fashion pieces???
ugh... no comment