Siemens smartphones are alive under Gigaset name. You gsmarena didnt add gigaset to your site, what a shame.
The SL-45(i) - first ever true smartphone in history. Yes, more so than iphone. I was listening to compressed MP3s on this phone six years before the iphone came out.. Firmware was upgradable, loaded up J2ME applications, upgradable storage (64MB MMC). One of my most favourite phones of all time.
They just dumped the smartphone department and focus on industry, energy and healthcare. In healthcare, they manufactured right those advance MRI and CT scan machines.
Still Siemens is one of the biggest company in Europe with billions of dollars in revenue.
Well, poor Nokia. LoL
Siemens is back with smartphones, they are making Gigaset phones. Their latest device is Gigaset GS185
Good old times ... Had an MT50, and then switched to EF81. My God, what a beauty that was!!!
One of the first phones I ever used was Siemens C35. Later on, when cameras were still a new thing on a phone, my sister got Siemens CX70, and it was just incredible to have a camera on a phone back in the time. It really brings some memories, and it's sad to see that Siemens mobile division is gone today.
Oh boy, the old days..
Had a C35i and a SL45i
Best boosters (automobile breaking system)
First world's phone with mp3 player
I'd 4track inside it..
"Siemens SL45 was the first mobile phone with memory expansion and an MP3 player"
Smartphone's world has needs to a flagship from the Siemens (IMO)
I had a multitude of Siemens phones my last Siemens phones were CF110 and AL21 both good phones, I was sad when Siemens went remember one of my first was the C25.
Where is the yellow tough brick? That lost its toughness against Nokia 5210.
Remembered the first phone with an onboard MP3 player, and 32MB memory card supplied...
I used to rock the C35i. It was THE most comfortable handheld communication device to hold against my ear I've owned ever, thanks to its curved body. I think I still have it in the back of a drawer somewhere, with an inflated battery.
I never minded the protruding antenna.
Mew... This is nostalgic. I once had C55 (my first mobile phone ever), C62, and then S55, before switching to SE K800.