Siemens Brings Megapixel Model Stateside
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Sep 21, 2004, 5:00 AM by (staff)
Siemens Mobile today announced two new phones for the U.S. market. The S66 is the company's first megapixel camera phone for the region. Based closely on the S65 for Europe, the S66 includes video capture, a large TFT display, Bluetooth, and an RS-MMC memory card slot. A 32 MB card is included. Siemens today also announced the CT66, a carrier-specific version of the C66 model announced in March. Both the S66 and CT66 will be available in October.
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Is the T T-Mobile?
jonknee said:I won't even hazard a guess on that one...but I see these phones coming out for ATTWS/Cingular.
Any guesses to what the T in CT66 is?