Siemens C65

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Siemens C65
Siemens C65.jpg
Manufacturer Siemens AG
Compatible networks GSM 900/1800/1900 (C65)
GSM 850/1800/1900 (C66)
Predecessor Siemens C60
Successor Siemens C75
Related Siemens C70
Siemens C72
Form factor Candybar
Dimensions 100 mm × 45 mm × 16 mm
Weight 86 grams (including battery)
Memory 10MB
Battery 600 mAh Li-Ion
Data inputs Keypad, Joystick
Display 130x130 px, CSTN, 65K colors
Rear camera Common Intermediate Format 0.1 Mpix
Connectivity IrDA, USB

The Siemens C65 is a mobile phone announced by Siemens in March 2004. It weighs 86 g and its dimensions are 100 x 45 x 16 mm (length x width x depth). Its display is a 130x130 pixels, 65K colors CSTN LCD. Its carrier-engineered variants are Siemens CT65 and CV65, exclusively for T-Mobile and Vodafone respectively. It is known in North America as the Siemens C66.

Reviews[edit]

GSM Arena praised it as good value but criticised the poor camera.[1] CNet agreed that it provided good value.[2]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Marek Lutonský, "Siemens C65 review: Affordable features", GSM Arena, 23 June 2004, http://www.gsmarena.com/siemens_c65-review-5.php
  2. ^ Scott Rhodie, "Siemens C65", September 1, 2004, CNet Australia, http://www.cnet.com.au/siemens-c65-240001048.htm