Siemens SXG75

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Metallic Black version

The Siemens SXG75 is a candybar-type UMTS triband mobile phone.

This is the first UMTS phone developed by Siemens; previous models (the U10 and the U15) were developed by Motorola. This is also the company's last such device, since the SG75 was cancelled and newer models carried the BenQ-Siemens brand name.

Besides UMTS, it differs from its predecessors in other features:

The phone supports Internet access through GPRS and UMTS, but not EDGE.

Technical data[edit]

Feature Data
Networks GSM Tri-band 900/1800/1900, W-CDMA 2100
Dimensions 111.5 mm × 53 mm × 20 mm
Weight 134 g
Display resolution 240 × 320 pixels (QVGA)
Display color depth 262.144 colours
Battery Standby time: GSM: 325–400 h / UMTS: 375–400 h

Talk time: GSM: 225–360 min / UMTS: 180–300 min

Memory Internal: 128MB (72 MB available for the user), RS-MMC slot with hot swapping ability
Operating system Siemens proprietary (user interface: BREW uiOne)
GPRS Class 10 (2 Tx / 4 Rx)
Messaging SMS with T9, MMS, E-mail, instant messaging
Interfaces Bluetooth, IrDA, USB 1.1
Camera Main: 2 megapixel, without autofocus or flash
Videocall: CIF
Others GPS receiver, music player, videocall, FM Radio with RDS, Microsoft Outlook synchronization, voice dialing

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