Siemens has today launched a new phone aimed at the business market to feature built-in email and corporate data access capabilities. Joining forces with Research in Motion's Blackberry technology the company hopes to offer email on the go to the business user.
Blackberry's push email service will allow users to collect emails without having to dial in to collect them. There will be three variants of the phone available and configurered to suit consumer, small business and corporate customers.
The new phone also sports a new form factor for the German mobile manufacturer offering a swivel design that reveals a full qwerty keyboard (see our images).
Weighting 144g and offering six hours talk time and 250 hours standby time the phone hasn't opted for a plethora of multimedia options and that includes not placing a camera, mp3 player or radio anywhere on the device however it does include bluetooth and Push To Talk functionality
The phone will be available in September and price will depend on contract.