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Siemens S65

For other uses, see S65 (disambiguation).
Siemens S65
Compatible networks 900, 1800, 1900 MHz
Dimensions 109 x 48 x 18 mm = 94cm³
Weight 98g
Memory 10 MB
Display 132 x 176 px TFT, 65.000 colors (16 bit)
Connectivity SMS
GPRS (Class 10)
Data & Fax modem

The Siemens S65 is a mobile phone by Siemens AG. It is bundled with a replaceable 32 MB MMC card. It also features a 1.3-megapixel digital camera. It was targeted to premium users.

A version without the camera was designated the SP65 and had as its audience the corporate market, where camera phones are often prohibited.

Cell phone reusage

Electronics hobbyists often rescue LCD from cell phones

  • Siemens CX65, M65, S65 and SK65 have 132x176 pixel resolution with 16 bit definition based on 3 different chips:
  • If module is called LPH88xxxx the controller is an Hitachi HD66773
  • Module LS020xxx owns a Sharp device
  • L2F50 is controlled with an Epson L2F50 chip
  • C65 phones have a 130x130 pixel resolution with 16 bit LCD controlled by a Philips PCF8833


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