Two new High-end Siemens phones announces - S75 and SL75

Two new High-end Siemens phones announces - S75 and SL75

Siemens today announced two new devices from their high-end, business oriented S series. Both S75 and SL75 feature megapixel cameras, 262k color displays and Bluetooth connectivity.

S75, the successor of S65, is a tri-band GSM phone in bar form-factor. Just like its predicessor, the S75 features 1.3 megapixel camera with integrated LED photolight and video function. The display is still 132 x 176, but the color representation has been boosted from 65k on the S65 to 262k for the S75. Other features included are Bluetooth and a media player for a range of music formats such as MP3 and ACC++. S75 will be available in two color-variants: “Piano Black” and “Zirconia”. Probably the US version will be called S76 and will support 850 Mhz instead the 900. The S75 is expected to start shipping in October.

Specification:

  • GSM/EDGE 900/1800/1900
  • 132 x 176 TFT display with 262k colors
  • USB 2.0, Infrared and Bluetooth
  • SMTP/POP3 email

Siemens S75 complete specifications

SL75 is a slider-phone in the luxury class, is the successor of the last years SL65. The screen has been upgraded from 130 x 130 with 65k colors to 132 x 176 one with 262k colors. The built-in camera is now a 1.3 mega pixel one with 5x digital zoom. MP3 and AAC music playback has also been added.

SL75 will be available in two color-variants: “Onyx Black”and “Pure Silver”, and in "Polar White" in December. The first two will start shipping Q3.

Specifications:

  • GSM/GPRS/EDGE 900/1800/1900
  • 132 x 176 TFT with 262k colors
  • POP3/SMTP
  • JAVA

Siemens SL75 complete specifications

Source: Siemens S75 Press release  ; Siemens SL75 Press release

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