Siemens Launches the A65 Mobile Phone

With easy-to-use 4-way navigation key, a 4K color screen and optional clip-on camera with flash, the A65 is perfect for those who need simple and easy, yet multi-functional mobile communication.

Offering an up-to-date contemporary design, the A65 provides multimedia messaging capabilities housed within an easy-to-use handset to ensure the most comfortable and effortless communication. The clear, structured keypad and up-to-date ergonomic design enable users to comfortably navigate and operate the handset. As the only phone in the A-class portfolio offering an easy to use clip-on camera with integrated flash, the A65 handset offers all users the possibility to follow the MMS trend by taking advantage of all full-photo message capabilities.

Available in two colors – Sparkling Silver and Mystery Silver, the A65 is lightweight (76.3g) and stylish yet perfect for those who demand a fully-functional cost effective mobile communications tool.

Siemens A65Users can personalize their A65 by downloading a choice of polyphonic ring tones – making it sound just as good as it looks. Entertainment is also high on the feature list of the Siemens A65 with a number of games such as Magic Pictures and Stack Attack Junior or other games using Java technology.

The phone offers 250 hours of standby time and 5 hours of talk time. The handset is available with a range of additional Siemens Original Accessories. The accessories include stylish carrying cases, a choice of different chargers, such as Desk Top Charger, Travel or Car Charger Plus with headset connector, and for hands-free talking on the move, a range of different accessories are available. These include the elaborately designed Headset Purestyle as well as the flexible Car Kit Portable as in-car solution

The phone will be available throughout Europe, Asia, Latin and North America from September 2004. The price will be available locally.

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