Posted: 03-Jul-2003 [Source: Siemens mobile]
[The A52 is Siemens entry level phone for emerging markets.]
Moscow -- Siemens Information and Communication Mobile (Siemens mobile) unveiled the easy to use A52 handset today in Moscow. With trendy looks, basic features, and available at great value, the A52 is designed for fast and simple communication at a low cost.
The lightweight (84g) A52 has trendy looks, a sleek design and a range of fabulous colours, including Cafe, Latte and Espresso. With a variety of exchangeable CLIPit Covers, you can jazz up your phone to match your clothes, mood or personality. If that is not enough to get you noticed, you can further personalize the A52 with an array of fun logos and integrated polyphonic ring tones.
The A52's basic functionality means you can communicate easily via voice, SMS, or - thanks to various pre-installed images, sounds and animations - EMS (Enhanced Message Service) messages. And, with a standby time of up to 250 hours and talk time of up to 5 hours, you can have fun with the A52 for longer.
Rudi Lamprecht, member of the Managing Board of Siemens AG and President of Siemens Information and Communication Mobile, said: "We tailor-made the A52 for the entry level section of emerging markets. We speak with our operators in regions like Eastern Europe, Latin America and Africa and they tell us there is a huge surge in demand for well designed, easy-to-use phones, which are competitively priced. That's why we developed the A52 - it is a trendy phone at stunning value for money."
The A52 is available with a range of additional Siemens Original Accessories. Besides a choice of fashionable CLIPit Covers, five unique CLIPit Covers with colorful and fun graphics has been specially designed for this handset. Additional accessories include stylish carrying cases, a choice of different chargers, such as Desk Top Charger, Travel or Car Charger and convenient car solutions like the Car Kit Portable, the Basic Car Pack or the portable Headset PTT.
The phone will be available across GSM key markets from September 2003.
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