Siemens S55

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Siemens S55
Siemens S55 with IQP-500.jpg
Dimensions101 x 42 x 18 mm = 69cm³
Mass85g
Memory1 MB
Display256 colors (8 bit), 101 x 80 px
ConnectivityIrDA, Bluetooth

The Siemens S55 is a mobile phone which was introduced by Siemens in late 2002.[1] At the time it was a high end phone and one of the first colour phones by Siemens, with a 256 colour screen, Bluetooth and infrared, and a competitor to the Ericsson T68.[2]

It was superseded by phones with screens with more colours and pixels, such as 4096, then 65K colour screens.

Picture of Verrazano Bridge taken with an S55.

The S55 had features unique at that time for a phone of its size, including:[2]

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ Labs, iXBT. "Siemens S55 officially announced". iXBT Labs. Retrieved 2018-01-07.
  2. ^ a b "Siemens S55 review". 3 May 2003. Retrieved 10 Mar 2012.