Siemens may have been bought by Benq, but that isn't stopping them from releasing more phones in the meantime. The company has announced two new models; the S75 and the SL75.
The S75 features Bluetooth and a megapixel camera with the addition of an MP3 player for music fans. Music is stored using the AAC format used by apple and its iTunes Music Store. Up to 10 hours of CD-quality music can be stored on the 128 MB RS multimedia card that is packaged with the S75, as well as in the 20 MB phone memory.
Siemens also unvielled the SL75, a pebble design that has been polished by water.
The glossy SL75 features a 1.3 megapixel camera with LED ‘flash' and 5 x digital zoom. The phone also boasts a video player, MP3, MMS, email, Bluetooth and USB capability. Although cramming it on to the phones rather small 52MB of internal memory may be a squeeze.
The SL75 is available in ‘Onyx Black' and ‘Pure Silver' and will be available in the UK from Q4 2005.