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Siemens CL75

 Siemens CL75 open Discontinued
9th March 2005
See the Siemens CL75 Poppy here

The Siemens CL75 is a "girlie phone" that's fabulous to look at, even if at heart it's really quite a simple handset.

Siemens are good at packaging fairly standard components in high fashion designs like this, and the concept of the CL75 is a little like Siemens' earlier creation, the Xelibri 6. Of course, nothing can really out-girlie the Xelibri 6, but the CL75 does a good job and is a much better phone.

First the technical stuff the CL75 is a tri-band GSM phone with GPRS, a 128x160 pixel TFT main display in 262,000 colours, an external display with 96x64 pixels in 65,000 colours, a VGA resolution camera, push-to-talk, instant messaging, a WAP 2.0 browser, Java and polyphonic.

 Siemens CL75 front But really, the CL75 isn't going to sell because of technical features it's going going to buy it because it looks good. At launch it will be available in "Silk Flower Red" plus another colour combination, with two more variants and a "special edition" planned. The main screen is reflective and can be used as a travel mirror (reminiscent of the Xelbri 6 again).

This isn't a particularly compact phone at 90 grams and 87x44x23mm it's larger than many, but the antenna is neatly tucked away inside the housing which means that it won't snag while in a handbag. Talktime is up to 3 hours with a maximum of 8 days standby.

The Siemens CL75 should be available from Q2 2005 and with other editions planned after that, priced somewhere in the mid-range tier.

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Siemens CL75 at a glance

Available:

Q2/Q3 2005

Network:

Tri-band GSM (900/1800/1900)

Data:

GPRS

Screen:

128x160 pixels, 262,000 colours

Camera:

640x480 pixels (0.3 megapixels)

Size:

Medium clamshell
87x44x23mm / 90 grams

Bluetooth:

No

Infra-red:

Yes

Polyphonic:

Yes

Java:

No

Battery life:

3 hours talk / 8 days standby

 

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