Now that is a smart design

by Volker Weber



Looks good!
Does it work good? How to flip it open (a new cool wrist flip)? When you close it (one-handed) do you risk to squeeze your fingers in (just that little bit skin that's so painful)? How are the keys?
Curious to hear/read more about it
:-) stw

Stephan H. Wissel, 2004-08-02

That is a non-issue. If you want to use the QWERTY keyboard, you need both hands anyway. Look at the site, they have a lot more pictures.

Volker Weber, 2004-08-02

This is extremely nice. Note that it does not have a built-in camera - quite a smart move given that camera phones are not allowed to carry in many R&D areas (Also reminds me that emailing n a mobile phone can be quite nice with that € 4,95 all you can eat package of a certain German provider).

Haiko Hebig, 2004-08-03

Nice phone, nice specs, could get a candidate after the 6310i if siemens change the phone (menue) handling to something useful.

Stefan Funke, 2004-08-03

Smart, indeed. Innovations like this are probably more helpful in raising Siemens' bottom line than 40 hour working weeks.

Joerg Richter, 2004-08-03

Na, wenn Du jetzt alle Handys hier abbilden willst, hast Du aber was zu tun. Wie wäre es mit einem in Bananenform :-)

Wolfgang Sommergut, 2004-08-05

Kommt mir bekannt vor. ;-)

Volker Weber, 2004-08-05

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