Siemens SK65 announced

Aug 02 2004 - 09:35 AM ET | Siemens
Siemens SK65Siemens today announced the SK65, a uniquely designed phone aimed at the high-end market. The phone hides a QWERTY keyboard that appears when the top of the phone slides 90 degrees. The company is calling it x2type or, "Cross to talk." Besides the innovative design, the Siemens SK65 is loaded up with email features. It has BlackBerry software built in so users can stay in touch with the office. Here are the specs: * 64MB memory * Bluetooth * 132 x 176 pixel TFT screen with 64k colors * Push-to-Talk over Cellular * Possible SAP software to allow business users to tap even further into the office The SK65 will be available in Europe, Middle East and Latin America starting in November 2004. Other regions will follow shortly afterwards. [via Engadget] Additional photos are provided after the jump. Click on each image to enlarge