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Siemens showing new entry-level models

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Siemens announced three new low-priced A-series phones for the entry-level market. They don't have built-in cameras or MP3 player but all of them have color screens and polyphonic ringtones. The three devices are in different design a bar, slider, and clamshell form-factor.

Siemens A31 is entry-level bar phone with low-level functionality and small dimensions. It is dual band GSM phone (850/1900 or 900/1800) with 65k color screen and polyphonic ringtones. The built-in memory is only 1.5MB. Its main specifications are:

  • Dual-band 850/1900 GSM phone in bar form factor
  • 128x128, 65k color STN display
  • 32-chord polyphonic ringtones
  • SMS, EMS, MMS
  • WAP, GPRS
  • Java
  • 1.5MB of memory




Siemens AL21 takes the sliding design to the entry-level market. It is tri-band GSM phone with 4-way navigation key and sliding numeric keypad, featuring 65k color display and JAVA. Its main specifications are:

  • Tri-band 850/1800/1900 or 900/1800/1900 GSM phone in slide form factor
  • 130x130, 65k color STN display
  • 32-chord polyphonic ringtones
  • SMS, EMS, MMS
  • WAP, GPRS
  • Java
  • 1.5MB of memory




The AF51 is the clamshell phone, with internal antenna. It is operates on GSM 900/1800/1900 MHz networks and has GPRS high-speed data. It has dual color displays and supports JAVA applications. AF51 main specs are:

  • Tri-band 900/1800/1900 GSM phone in clamshell form-factor
  • Dual 65k color displays
  • SMS, MMS, WAP
  • Games, Java

The new A-series of Siemens will be available in the first quarter of 2006

Source:
Siemens (BENQ Mobile)

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