Siemens Introduces the C65 - the Convenient MMS Handset for a Wide Audience.Business Editors/High-Tech Writers
HANOVER, Germany--(BUSINESS WIRE)--March 17, 2004
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SIE Società Italiana di Endocrinologia ) launches the C65, a mobile phone that packs an integrated CIF (1) (Common Intermediate Format) A standard video format used in videoconferencing. CIF formats are defined by their resolution, and standards both above and below the original resolution have been established. The original CIF is also known as Full CIF (FCIF). camera, a 65,536 color high resolution display, MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service) An enhanced transmission service that enables graphics, video clips and sound files to be transmitted via cellphones. Developed as part of the 3GPP project, MMS phones are generally backward compatible with SMS and EMS. and a number of personalization features into an attractive, neat design that allows everyone to explore the exciting world of mobile communication with ease.
Siemens' new C65 is a convenient handset and the perfect choice for all consumers that want to get the most essential features from their mobile phone. With an integrated CIF camera, 65,536 colors and a 130x130 pixel screen users can capture and share moments easily and at a quality resolution. Additional capabilities such as Java, WAP (1) (Wireless Access Point) See access point.
(2) (Wireless Application Protocol) A standard for providing cellular phones, pagers and other handheld devices with secure access to e-mail and text-based Web pages. and GPRS (General Packet Radio Service) The first high-speed digital data service provided by cellular carriers that used the GSM technology. GPRS added a packet-switched channel to GSM, which uses dedicated, circuit-switched channels for voice conversations. ensure functionality and efficiency is at the forefront of the C65's appeal.
With an attachable red eye reduction flash, spontaneous pictures can be taken 24 hours a day, so friends can be updated on all events, whenever they happen. The Siemens C65 comes with the innovative photo application 'Photopet' - a virtual pet on your mobile phone, which is fed photos to be kept alive. With Java capability and the help of an easy-to-use download assistant new applications can be downloaded from www.siemens-mobile.com. A comprehensive organizer and address book, calendar and world clock ensure this straightforward mobile also provides all the features needed to manage a busy social life.
Rudi Lamprecht, Member of the Managing Board of Siemens AG and President of the Board of Siemens mobile, comments: "The C65 is ideal for consumers that want to make the most of standard technology but keep it simple. We think we've developed a best seller by coupling quality and excellent features such as triband technology, with an appealing design that provides even more convenience for consumers. Operators are excited about this product and we know it's going to be popular".
The C65 is available in Blue Shadow. Users can tailor the phone with polyphonic The ability to play back some number of musical notes simultaneously. For example, 16-voice polyphony means a total of 16 notes, or waveforms, can be played concurrently. ring tones, and use the convenient download assistant to install images and applications from www.siemens-mobile.com.
With up to 410 hours of standby time and 300 minutes talk time, users can keep talking. Additionally, it includes a range of Siemens Original Accessories like an attachable red eye reduction flash, a variety of stylish CLIPit Covers Premium, an elaborately designed Headset Purestyle and the flexible "plug&play" Car Kit Easy with an exchangeable mobile holder for future compatibility. Plus there are a variety of further in-car solutions like the Car Kit Comfort and the Car Kit Portable as well as various chargers and data cables, an extra battery and practical carrying cases.
The phone will be available in Europe and Asia Pacific from June 2004, in North America and Latin America from August 2004.
You can access further CeBIT press releases and photographs at: http://www.siemens.com/cebit/press