The Siemens S65 is a tri-band phone aimed
at those people who want a lot of features,
good battery life, but won't want their
phone looking too weird.
One of the most obvious features about
the S65 is the large 132x176 pixel colour
display in 65,000 colours. This is complemented
by a high-resolution 1.3 megapixel camera,
but the S65 is much more than a clever camera
Firstly, the S65 is designed to integrate
with Microsoft Outlook and Lotus Notes,
combined with a large 32Mb swappable memory
card. This makes the Siemens S65 a great
way of keeping track of appointments, addresses
and other useful business information.
Secondly, the S65 supports Bluetooth
for easy integration with PCs and laptops,
or via a USB cable. The S65 supports GPRS
data transfer and can be used as a modem.
There's also a Bluetooth Push-To-Talk (PTT)
headset available for easy low-cost walkie-talkie
style calls and conferencing.