Siemens Limited Edition SL65 ESCADA

December 6, 2004
Siemens Limited Edition SL65 ESCADA

The Siemens Limited Edition SL65 ESCADA is most likely the technologically most advanced fashion accessory around. This masterpiece in form and function is the result of an inspired team effort by the trendsetting designers of ESCADA and the renowned engineers at Siemens.

The outstanding multi-color design of this mobile piece of art is completed by original Swarovski crystals that grace the phone’s body. A special lacquering highlights the beautiful artful motifs of this exclusive mobile. Three strings come with this high-tech beauty to make the Siemens Limited Edition SL65 ESCADA the perfect accessory for every occasion: two variants of real freshwater pearl-strings for a more glamorous look and a stylishly casual appearance.

And besides its stunning looks, the Siemens Limited Edition SL65 ESCADA features the same state-of-the-art communication technology that the “regular” Siemens SL65 does. An integrated camera allows for video recording and digital photography with 5x zoom function. The phone’s large 65,536 color TFT display brings images to life as colorful as reality itself. Polyphonic ringtones and tri-band functionality round up the many technological highlights of this catwalk model among mobile phones.

The Siemens Limited Edition SL65 ESCADA is available in a strictly limited edition from November 2004 in selected stores and via the respective online shops of ESCADA and Siemens.

Features:

Original ESCADA design
Every single detail of this unique beauty among mobile phones is designed for life. A masterpiece of artwork that is absolutely in-style.

Integrated video camera
Record the movie of your lifetime on MPEG4 format through the integrated camera.

65.536 color display
Get the full picture with the phone’s 65,536 color TFT display on a 130x130 pixel screen.

Digital camera with 5x zoom
Holld on to great moments with a 5x zoom digital camera that allows for crystal clear 640x480 pixel images.

Source: Siemens

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