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History

The first Siemens mobile phone, the Siemens Mobiltelefon C1, was launched in 1985. In 1994 the Siemens S1 GSM phone was launched. In 1997 Siemens launched the first phone with a colour screen, the Siemens S10, with a screen capable of displaying red, green, blue and white. In the same year Siemens launched the first “outdoor” phone, the Siemens S10 Active, with enhanced shock, dust and splash protection. Siemens launched the first slider phone, the Siemens SL10, in 1999.

Siemens acquired the mobile phone division of Bosch in 2000. In the same year Siemens launched one of the first phones with an MP3 player and external memory card support (MultiMediaCard), the Siemens SL45.

In 2003 Siemens launched its first phone running on the Symbian OS operating system, the Siemens SX1. The phone featured hot swappable MultiMediaCard. In the same year Siemens launched the Xelibri range of fashion phones. In 2005 Siemens launched the first phone with real GPS support, the Siemens SXG75.

In 2005 the Taiwanese company BenQ acquired the loss-making Siemens Mobile from Siemens, together with exclusive right to use the Siemens trademark on its mobile phones for 5 years. Before transferring the mobile phone subsidiary to BenQ, Siemens invested 250 million euros and wrote down assets amounting to 100 million euros. Siemens also acquired a 2.5% stake in BenQ for 50 million euros. BenQ subsequently released mobile phones under the BenQ-Siemens brand, from its German unit. In 2006 the German unit of BenQ filed for bankruptcy.

 

Products

  • Siemens A31
  • Siemens A35
  • Siemens A36
  • Siemens A40

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    Siemens A40
  • Siemens A50: one of the most popular Siemens phones, Shares same hardware as C45 and can be upgraded to C45 by firmware flash.
  • Siemens A51
  • Siemens A52: monochrome, GSM 900 / GSM 1800, no GPRS, no USB, IrDA orBluetooth.[5] Same as A55/A56
  • Siemens A53
  • Siemens A55: monochrome, GSM 900 / GSM 1800, no GPRS, no USB, no IrDAor Bluetooth. Shares same hardware as C55 and can be upgraded to C55 by firmware flash.
  • Siemens A56: monochrome, GSM 850 / GSM 1900, noGPRS, no USB, no IrDAor Bluetooth. Shares same hardware as C56 and can be upgraded to C56 by firmware flash.
  • Siemens A56i
  • Siemens A57
  • Siemens A60

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    Siemens A60
  • Siemens A62
  • Siemens A65: CSTN 101×80 display, Triband (900 / 1800 / 1900)
  • Siemens A70, last Siemens with monochrome display, Triband (900 / 1800 / 1900), completely unrelated to the A55/C55.
  • Siemens A75
  • Siemens AF51
  • Siemens AP75
  • Siemens AL21: TFT 130×130 display, GSM 900 / 1800 / 1900, no camera (same PCB as CF110)
  • Siemens AX72
  • Siemens AX75
  • Siemens C1
  • Siemens C2
  • Siemens C3
  • Siemens C4
  • Siemens C5
  • Siemens C10
  • Siemens C11
  • Siemens C25
  • Siemens C28
  • Siemens C30

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    Siemens C30
  • Siemens C35
  • Siemens C35i
  • Siemens C45
  • Siemens C55: monochrome, GSM 850 / GSM 1900, with GPRS, no USB, no IrDA orBluetooth. One of the most popular Siemens phones
  • Siemens C56: monochrome, GSM 850 / GSM 1900, with GPRS, no USB, no IrDA orBluetooth.
  • Siemens C60
  • Siemens C61
  • Siemens C62
  • Siemens C65
  • Siemens C66
  • Siemens C70: Identical hardware to C65
  • Siemens C72
  • Siemens C75

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    Siemens C75
  • Siemens CC75 (cancelled)
  • Siemens CF62
  • Siemens CF65
  • Siemens CF75
  • Siemens CF110: TFT 130×130 display, GSM 900 / 1800 / 1900, no camera
  • Siemens CFX65
  • Siemens CL50
  • Siemens CL55
  • Siemens CL75
  • Siemens CX65: TFT 132×176 display, GSM 900 / 1800 / 1900, VGA (640 x 480 pixel) camera, IRDA (Based on M65)
  • Siemens CX70: TFT 132×176 display, GSM 900 / 1800 / 1900, VGA (640 x 480 pixel) camera, IRDA (Identical hardware to CX65)
  • Siemens CX70 Emoty
  • Siemens CX75
  • Siemens E10
  • Siemens M30: one of the most popular Siemens phones
  • Siemens M35
  • Siemens M35i: one of the most popular Siemens phones
  • Siemens M45
  • Siemens M50

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    Siemens M50
  • Siemens M55[6]
  • Siemens M56: GSM 850 / GSM 1900 version of M55. Note that it is not triband.
  • Siemens M65
  • Siemens M75
  • Siemens MC60
  • Siemens ME45
  • Siemens ME75
  • Siemens MT50
  • Siemens P1
  • Siemens S1
  • Siemens S3
  • Siemens S3 COM 1995
  • Siemens S4
  • Siemens S6
  • Siemens S10

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    Siemens S10
  • Siemens S15
  • Siemens S25
  • Siemens S35i
  • Siemens S40
  • Siemens S42
  • Siemens S45
  • Siemens S45i
  • Siemens S46
  • Siemens S55
  • Siemens S55 Formula One
  • Siemens S56
  • Siemens S57
  • Siemens S65
  • Siemens S66
  • Siemens S75
  • Siemens SF65
  • Siemens SFG75
  • Siemens SG75 (cancelled)
  • Siemens SK65: TFT 132×176 display, GSM 900 / 1800 / 1900, IRDA, Bluetooth, QWERTY keyboard
  • Siemens SK65 Burlwood
  • Siemens SL10: sliding mobile phone with a four-colour screen (Red, Green, Blue and White)
  • Siemens SL42
  • Siemens SL45
  • Siemens SL45i
  • Siemens SL55

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    Siemens SL55
  • Siemens SL56
  • Siemens SL65: TFT 130×130 display, GSM 900 / 1800 / 1900, VGA (640 x 480 pixel) camera, IRDA, slider form factor
  • Siemens SL75
  • Siemens SP65
  • Siemens ST55
  • Siemens ST60
  • Siemens SX1, first and only smartphone produced by Siemens
  • Siemens SX45
  • Siemens SX56
  • Siemens SX66
  • Siemens SXG75
  • Siemens U10
  • Siemens U15
  • Xelibri X1
  • Xelibri X2

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    Siemens Xelibri X2
  • Xelibri X3
  • Xelibri X4
  • Xelibri X5
  • Xelibri X6
  • Xelibri X7
  • Xelibri X8

 

 

 

 

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