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Siemens CL75 Poppy

 Siemens CL75 Poppy Discontinued
22nd October 2005

The Siemens CL75 Poppy is due for release in the UK and Ireland in late October and November 2005.

Possibly the ultimate "girlie" phone, the CL75 Poppy comes with an attractive poppy design that goes around the entire case and it comes with a Swarovski crystal charm too.

It's a simple handset in technical terms, with a 128x160 pixel display and VGA resolution camera. There's an external sub-display too. One unusual feature of the main display in that it can be used as a mirror.

There's a WAP browser and instant messaging client, but no email client. It also doesn't have an MP3 player, nor does the CL75 support Bluetooth. Talktime is just 3 hours with 9 days standby time. Physically the CL75 measures 87x44x23mm and weighs 90 grams.

The short talktime and lack of Bluetooth limit the functionality of the CL75 somewhat. It certainly looks like a good leisure phone, and possibly a good second phone too.

Currently O2 and Virgin Mobile in the UK have announced that they are going to carry the Siemens CL75 Poppy. Usually Vodafone will also carry the same handsets as O2, but there is no confirmation of this at preset.

There are a series of launch events in the UK for this handset, so if you're really keen on the CL75 Poppy, click here.

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Siemens CL75 Poppy at a glance


Q4 2005


Tri-band GSM (900/1800/1900)




128x160 pixels, 262,000 colours


640x480 pixels (0.3 megapixels)


Medium clamshell
87x44x23mm / 90 grams









Battery life:

3 hours talk / 8 days standby



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