Siemens C25

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Siemens C25
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Manufacturer Siemens
Compatible networks GSM dual band
Availability by country 1999
Form factor Candybar
Dimensions 116 mm × 46 mm × 28 mm
Weight 135 grams (including battery)
Battery 650 mAh NiMH
Data inputs Keypad
Display 3 × 12 alphanumeric chars

The Siemens C25 is a mobile phone introduced by Siemens in 1999.[1] It weighs 135 g and its dimensions are 117 × 47 × 27 mm (length (without the antenna) × width × depth). Its display is a 3 × 12-character monochrome LCD.

The phone's battery powers the phone for 300 minutes talk time, or up to 160 hours if left in stand-by mode. It is a dual-band mobile phone, supporting both GSM 900 and GSM 1800 network frequencies. It supports up to 21 monophonic ringtones. It also supports SMS sending and receiving.

Reviews[edit]

Despite usability flaws, Mobile Review found it "a beautiful phone to hold and use".[1] Mobiles magazine scored it 88/100, despite also criticising certain omissions.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Siemens C25". Mobile Review. 1999. Retrieved 4 April 2015. 
  2. ^ Bleuzen, Anne (May 1999). "Ola Siemens C25: Un nouveau joker pour OLA". Mobiles (in French). pp. 44–49.