3G mobile appears

January 2004
Management Services;Jan2004, Vol. 48 Issue 1, p29
Academic Journal
The article reports on the launch of the U15 3G mobile telephone from Siemens Mobile. U15 3G offers both video telephony and video/audio streaming. Features include video recording, picture and video messaging and an MP3 player. It comes with 2 VGA cameras and a 3x digital zoom to capture or record more detailed images. The coupling with video telephony allows users to discuss and resolve issues on the move, real-time. These front-end features are complemented by 64MB of internal memory where files are stored for reference. New applications can be downloaded, exchanged and shared using Java allowing the U15 to be tailored to users' specific requirements. Siemens mobile also offers pre-installed programs including Worldmate providing global time zone information, latest weather forecasts and maps. Phone accessories include Bluetooth headset, desktop charger, USB cable, car charger and travel charger.


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