BenQ-Siemens A58

by Dhiram Shah

The BenQ-Siemens A58 is a decent phone that will appeal to the business community. the triband GSM phone features Bluetooth connectivity which helps you to network the phone with other devices. Your data and settings in the phone can be easily synchronized using its RF connector and serial interface for wired data links on the board. It sports a 65,000 colors (128 x 128) CSTN display. Other features include an integrated organizer, clear unified contact book that can store up to 5oo contacts, 60 minutes of voice recording and vibratory alert. The phone weighs about 85gm and measures 102 x 46 x 17.6 mm. the phone has a built-in memory of 6.5MB and supports GPRS, JAVA MIPS 2.0 and WAP.


On a single charge its battery provides up to 6hrs of talktime and as much as 300 hrs of standby time. The BenQ-Siemens A58 will hit the stores of Europe in the colors “Carbon Black” and “Mercury Silver” from August 2006. Prices will be determined locally.
Specifications
Mode – GSM 900, 1800, 1900
Dimensions – 102 x 46 x 17.6 mm
Battery Type – Lithium-Ion 820 mAh
Battery Life – Up to 360 mins talktime, Up to 300 hours standby time
Weight – 85 grams
Display – 65,000 colors (128 x 128) CSTN
Built-in Memory – 6.5MB
Camera – No
Connectivity – Bluetooth, Serial cable, GPRS, Wap, Java MIPS 2.0
Ringtone – 32 polyphonic.

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