i ve used it it is quite a cool phone it is a phone to use
- 17 May 2005
I don't get the idea of making a high-end phone with no camera. This is a really big miss, and missunderstanding of the market.
- 10 May 2005
- AAMER RAZA
hi realy i have 3 mobile butt i like only siemens sk65 realy its verry verry good mobile
- 29 Apr 2005
- Scott Daily
I'm really thinking about this model.
- 28 Apr 2005
i work for o2 in england on the sales team. we dont store this phone but feel we really should promote this handset big-time, what a fantastic idea, well done
- 01 Apr 2005
- outcastedvirus (aim)
Hey guys I was wonderin do u think theyre gonna make another version of this phone wth camera and mp3? And what about the size? IS it too big..(i have an ngage, so i dont think thats much of a problem lol) anyway, please sne d areply cuz if they are makin another one and anyone knows abuot it im definitely waitin for that thanks!
- 16 Mar 2005
It's a great phone,I want to buy it but in the review I saw it has a 100 missed call records!!! It's a mistake or it's true?
- 13 Mar 2005
I like the fact this phone does not come with a camera! Many places I visit during work do not allow cameras at all(security concerns)! I believe this phone is designed and targeted at working professionals. Nice phone. ; )
- 12 Mar 2005
to xytras: complaing about camera? get a proper digital camera. its main function is to call and receive calls not taking photos.
- 07 Mar 2005
- Mark Ferdinand
Oh BTW, I need a mini-SD card in the upcoming SK70 or SK75 models, with max capacity of 512MB to 1GB.
And also, I need thickness of those phones in around 18 to 14mm. And support for MP3 and AAC (Advanced Audio Coding). Yes, I listen to classical songs...
WiFi support might also be needed since this phone's functional design looks toward to PDA phones anyway.
- 06 Mar 2005
- Mark Ferdinand
This SIEMENS SK65 is the one that I look so long. The size is OK, only the 20mm thickness is a bit too thick (I still use the old Ericsson R320sc with 12mm of thickness MgAl - magnesium alloy - chassis). No camera is fine by me, since the present technology only reaches 1.3Mpixels. If phonecam technology already reach 3Mpixels and this phone still don't have one then I should start complain about it :-)
- 06 Mar 2005
Siemens have designed mobile phones to be as simple to use as possible and have come up with a good looking handset.
SIEMENS Global network of innovation.
- 28 Feb 2005
good design..but no cam...FUCK SHIT UP!!!
- 08 Feb 2005
This phone looks so drop-dead stylish. Its bad point is that it has no camera and its quite long. But aside from the fact, its a beautiful phone with blackberry in-built which is really great.
- 05 Feb 2005
i think this phone would have been fantastic if it had a camera and mp3 abilities
- 26 Jan 2005
I've tried this phone. Ppl, this is one of the best. After using SK65's keyboard, I know: Joysticks-SUCKS. It's ergonomic, weight is perfect - not a plastic toy and not a stone. Sound and display - very good. Memeory - enough for this phone. Camera really would suit this phone, but Siemens often do ALMOST perfect phones. It's a pity. All other in it is what a nnow is needed. It's worth having.
- 24 Jan 2005
Hey guys i am thinking of buying this phone is it worth it ?? also can anyone recommend me any good phone with mp3 player or something , i heard there are some phones with mp3 ringtones thts diff , i wanted it to be a player
- 23 Jan 2005
this ain't a smartphone guyz..look!!! it's only have a blackberry feature embedded.that's all. and for me..it's not immportant at all.plis dehh..
but still, it's a good idea on the qwerty keyboard and the screen. better than other siemens. unfortunately, no camera, no mp3 capability.
- 15 Jan 2005
nice phone by the looks of it...um, need to know, would it really be better with a camera? currently lookin for a new fone, and this looks like text-messaging heaven for me (being a student and all)...any bad things i should know about it?
- 14 Jan 2005
I think because the phone do not support MP3 and no cameras hence there is really no need to include external memory incurring additional cost
- 07 Jan 2005