Leandro, 12 Oct 2013I have the phone in today 8 years !!! great phone very very goodme too lol I was just checking whow old it really is :P
but i want to get an android :)
Leandro, 01 May 2013I have the phone in today 8 years !!! great phone very very goodyes its a great phone siemens designed for long life
good phone very good phone i love it i m using it from last 4 years very nice phone
Could any-one lend or give me a user manual for the C72 in english. Bought this ages ago but never used it having found my old one now it seems I only have the manual in foreign languages. Will pay postage.
Good phone. I used it for 4.5 years, now my son got it and the phone still works perfectly.I haven't got any problems.What else to want from a mobile phone.
suman, 08 Jan 2011how can i connect my siemens c72 with my pc?
help me to solve my problem.
where can i ... moreHello
I am having the same problem. My C72 is too old now, but I want to save an olf picture (JPG) before is "dies" for good. I borrowed an old cable Siemens RS-232 (not an USB) but nothing happens. The software is missing. I do not remember any CD with the C72 software ... do you?
Anonymous, 08 Jan 2011Lovely phone, bought in 2006, and only recently has it started having signal problems. I never... moreDoes any one have a disk with the software to copy JPG files from the Siemens C72 to a computer? My S C72 is very old now and about to be "disactivated". But I want to save a couple of memorable pictures.
I like siemens mobilephone than nokia till now..but where are you now siemens...?
Lovely phone, bought in 2006, and only recently has it started having signal problems. I never figured out how to transfer stuff from it though :S
This phone it's good . Low cost . Cool design . Works perfect after 4 years . the main disadvantage is the battery that has short lifetime but all the features are good :)
Hernan Massetti, 22 Jun 2009Is this phone a C65 with another plactic cover??? Yeah, pretty much. To be more precise, it's a C65 with different plastics, a VGA camera instead of a CIF one and a slightly lower resolution display (128x128 rather than 130x130) - although some of the C72s do have the old 130x130 display and just leave the edge pixels unused. The main PCB is exactly the same except with different firmware and a couple of resitors move to indicate that it's a "C72" rather than a "C65".