Dark is right. For an entry level price you get a nice and sturdy phone already. If Nokia released this kind of phone, it would probably cost double. One more thing I like is that it is one of the last models released carrying the Siemens brand only. All new phones have the BenQ-Siemens tag already. Which makes it sort of a collectible...
man its not that this phone should've come out 5 or 6 years ago,its simply a middle range phone that is a very good choice for the money!!
if u want a high class phone,then there is the SGX75 or go for BenQ-Siemens Phones!
not everybody afford high class phones!
i hope i made my self clear!
What happened to Siemens?
they were doing so good but it seems they are giving us phones that should have come out 4 or 5 years ago, siemens back up!
what is the difference beetween the one made in germany and the one made in china??
I guess your phone was made in China my friend..mine says made in Germany.. and it rocks... :)
Iv finaly sold this phone after one month.
Rubber is damaged on two places after just one month of usage. This is like rubber on the pencil. Rubber on joistick is also damaged. Iv just wearing this phone in my pocket.
Not very good bilt. Chip materials.
The only way to test the waterproof is under the fountain!!!I tested it and it even didn't turned off!!!I love this phone!!!!
I have had this phone for about 3 months...one thing i love is the battery..cuz i talk a lot in phone...about 5h a day...and today my last call made with empty battery lasted 27 min..and the battery hasen't died yet..this is incredible...thnx siemens!! ^_^
I got this ME75 since last weekend. It replaces my Siemens CF62 which died last friday. What a smashing little phone! A huge step forward from my CF62. I wanted an outdoor phone without all the frills. I had a ME45 in the past and wanted something like that. The only choice was the me75. Menu is as logical and easy as ever before. I always had Siemens, so no problems there. Software feels very quick and responsive. I feared the buttons where a bit too hard and too small, and that the bottom row was placed to low. But this is not true. Buttons work like a charm. The little joystick can be a bit too sensitive at times and at others not sesitive enough. A 4-way navigation button might have been a better choice. I charged the battery for 24 hours on saturday. Placed in the phone on sunday morning. Today we are tuesday and the indicator shows about 90% battery capacity. I have been playing around a lot with it. This looks very good. Synchronizing with Outlook over IRDA (I had the software of my previous S55) and it works fantastic!
After the CF62 I had a rather bad feeling about Siemens, but this ME75 proves wrong.
Very good job Siemens!
There are some COOOL tests here ->http://www.online-translator.com/url/tran_url.asp?lang=en&url=http%3A%2F%2Fallsiemens.com%2Freviews%2Fview.php%3Fid%3D72%23up&direction=re&template=General&cp1=NO&cp2=NO&autotranslate=on&transliterate=on&psubmit2.x=62&psubmit2.y=23
YOUR batterry sux!!!My baterry is original and it stays almost 48 hours with a big usage!!!
I had this phone and the battery sucks. I got it for almost 2 months. After 3 weeks of using it I notice the battery is not working pretty well. The battery runs out for almost 12 hours. I use good charging habits wherein I charge if the phone tells me to.
I dipped my ME75 in a glass of water for a few seconds and the software went bonkers. When I press a button, a different function happens and the backlight died. I couldnt send a decent text message and couldnt lock my keypad. After a few hours, when it dried, it went back to normal.
you can store messages in the archive section. limit will all depend on the available size of the flexmem.
Number of messages that can be stored in the phone is 100 + simcard memory. This phone is not as "high-tech" as most phones now but it serves its purpose. This is not a nerdy phone. Its built for action. You can drop it anytime and not have to worry. You can use it while taking a shower too. Can those other "hi-tech" phones do that? =)
if i am not mastaken,this phone can store like 200 messeges,but if store a lot of messeges then i advice u buy a Symbian OS phone and then u can store a lot of messeges,i had Nokia N-Gage and i had like 450 messeges in it!!
but is u want an indistructable phone then take the ME75,i love it and its really great!
how many messages we can save in this phone. any boddy help me i like to have mobile in which maximum sms memory have.
I think the ME75 it's even better than the M75..the applications on the later are too many and too slow...i reccomend a sony ericsson for the multimedia phone fans..for hardcore life, i.e always on the move, the ME75 is fantastic..by the way i have this phone from 2 months too...no signs of rubber problems...or anything..and the battery is GREAT!!!
If u want a water, shock and dust resistant phone with bluetooth and mp3, i suggest u get the Siemens M75. If u want the same durability in a small package with simple applications, i.e, faster software, get the ME75.