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THE SIEMENS m55
Jul 12, 2004 10:35 AM 3079 Views
(Updated Jul 12, 2004 10:35 AM)

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Siemens, with its M55 has comeout with a hip phone that should appeal to the younger generation.Priced at 9,900, the M55 offers a youthful, dynamic design with good features bundled.


The tone for the looks is set by flashy orange buttons on a silver -gray background cover. The earpiece also gets some orange treatment in an'X' shape, with silver grille inserts that popout and literally grab attention. To accentuate the trendy look, you have red LED's blinking on both sides of the phone.


Functionality is, however, not compromised upon. The keys are responsive and have reasonable tactile feedback. The only gripe is the tiny power on/off button and the answer button. The menu rocker and the softkeys are usable, but may not be as comfortable as other phones in this catergory.


The outer shell provides shock protection, on the inside, the M55 is very much like its brethrem the screen is again 4K colours. Also, the phone is quite slow when working with images and loading games. However, the messaging system is quite quick.


Java applications support brings a host of options to install and tryout. Inbuilt games are addictive and should provide enough fun. Other interesting features include voice commands, an alarm, a calender and PIM function.


The cubasis ringtone-mixer software offers some limited DJ-ing capabilities. The external snap-on camera does a good job at taking photos and comes with a flash. However the pictures you click don't look too good on the phone's screen.


I had no problem with voice clarity or signal reception and the battery runs the better part of three and half days at normal usage


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