wow that's a big screen for a phone this size. much like the new panasonic flip-phones at 320x240 pixels.
what is the siemens UI like? what's the mp3 player like?
I have an Sx1 with gps through bluetooth...i've been expecting this phone for months(need UMTS like air for my net connection)...finally,one that has it all in 1.Hopefully no symbian problems...like the sx1.
@ oscar garcia:
it's a umts phone.=) don't forget that it also has integrated A-GPS/GPS.;)
Looks like a very feature phone, 2MP Camera, bluetooth, FM radio, MP3 Player, 64Mb memory, card memory slot, push to talk (Radio call), video call capacity, java, just one thing missing, no high data speed transfer (EDGE or UMTS) and litle bit heavy, we need to wait for a performance benchmark on each one to give a fully opinion.
I almost forget some thing, nice design.
wow looks good but then it all comes down to that one question.. well in my case anyways how much would that thing be costing.. i hope it doesnt price it too heavy for the pockets
Siemens has never made phones for the general public. It has a specific category in mind. If U find Urself out of the ordinary; then consider using a Siemens phone. The SXG75 may not be the best the company can offer, but it is indeed a phone with CLASS. Beauty does not always emanate from a smile; sometimes, it's revealed with a frown. I love this phone. It puts me above the planets; above any other phone I see.
Good Phone. Nice design, Great features an alround good buy. My only hope is that siemens do not follow suit with the high pricing tactics of the other mobile companies with this new generation of handsets. Oh yes and the name isn't that hard to pronounce either.
This will definetely be a hit
At last, a phone that can rival that of its vicious competitors... Siemens is making a late, yet admirable push into 262K-color screens, QVGA displays and 3G technology(the earlier ones I will take as flagship models).
This is a must-have for any loyal Siemens supporter, like me. I will have it.