Siemens C45 Reviews
Product Type: Siemens mobile phones
Description:Siemens C45 - Cellular phone - GSM / EGSM / You will now have more choice and freedom of expression with the C45. With front and back, exchangeable CLIPit Covers in vibrant and contemporary colors and the opportunity to download ringer melodies, display ... more
Siemens C45 ... images and screensavers, as well as creating personalized covers, the C45 allows you to socialize in your own individual style.
Socializing with the C45 is also fun and easy, as you can exchange CLIPit Covers with friends, send group SMS messages, share downloads and play the interactive, multi-player game BattleMail against each other. A Birthday Reminder ensures that you can keep on top of your social life. With Calling Faces and pre-defined sounds and picture EMS (enhanced messaging service) the C45 allows you to use pictures to convey emotion and create your own personal style of messaging. With the successor of very popular C35i, Siemens continues to raise the standard of mobile phones tailored predominantly for social use. The handset, which has intuitive handling, simple navigation and advanced functions, including Intelligent Typing (T9) and silent alert, weights just 107g. It is one of the lightest and smallest mobiles of its class and with up to 200 hours standby and 300 minutes talk-time it is highly competitive in performance.
Newest Review: ... stolen, and since I didnt have insurance I needed another phone quick. The C45 was the cheapest one in my club book last ... more
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Customer Siemens C45 Reviews (7)
by - written on 25/03/03, updated on 25/03/03 (Very useful, 796 readings)
The Siemens C45 is small, functional and brilliantly durable, which in my opinion is why it is one of the best value mobiles available on the market. After trying phones from Motorola and Nokia in the past, neither of those two companies as come anywhere close to the quality of the Siemens C45. ~~~ Vital Statistics ~~~ Phone Band: Dual Antenna: Integrated (in built) Weight: 107 grams Dimensions (L x W x H): 109 x 46 x 23mm Exchangeable Covers: Yes Battery Nickel Battery Stand By Time: 60 - 200 hours Talk Time: 100 - 300 mins This phone is so small and light that you will hardly notice it when ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/04/03, updated on 25/04/03 (Very useful, 503 readings)
In July 2002 I was searching for an Orange contract phone. After trawling every mobile phone shop in the town I was left with only two choices: the Sony J70e and the Siemens C45e. I currently had a Trium Mars, which I was to retain, and thus had no qualms about following the legions of Nokia fans and going for the predictable 3330e, which was also offered to me in the same shop as the Siemens. I had one main criterion: the phone had to be free. This ruled out a vast number of other phones from other worthy manufacturers, and the Sony was eventually laid by the wayside due to the complicated-looking menu system. I have since found out that this is not a problem with it, .. Read the complete review
by - written on 14/05/02, updated on 15/05/02 (Very useful, 980 readings)
First of all I’d like to say I bought my siemens C45 in October of last year and has never let me down to date. Everywhere I go I drop it, it’s got scratch marks all over and the top doesn’t clip on properly. Even worse I have three other covers and they’re all smashed to bits. Everyone has got a Nokia because of the name, I’ve had a Nokia 3310 but for me the c45 outclasses it by far. It has more features, more style and more reliability. The only thing that lets it down is the navigation buttons at the top. The up, down and select buttons are all joined together which is a pain in the neck really, because you try to press one of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/09/02, updated on 14/09/02 (Useful, 1305 readings)
After trying several different mobiles over the past few years - motorola, philips and nokia i was pleasantly surprised by the siemens c45. It provides good value in a tiny and light phone with an impressive selection of features. Most people treat Nokia as the best manufacturer of phones and yes it is true that there are more free ringtones/logos available for nokias, but in terms of features the siemens knocks it into touch. there's a really handy birthday reminder, a notes section which i use contstantly for shopping lists, a nice selection of ringtones (and you can also download some free and non-free ones at the siemens site for a more personalised ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/01/03, updated on 30/01/03 (Useful, 306 readings)
I got my Siemens C45 last year and it has been adequate. I don't advise you to rush out and buy one unless you are on a budget. By now they are a cheap option as a pay-as-you-go mobile, but if you are getting a free phone on a contract I would advise choosing something else. The phone is small and lightweight. It is not unattractive, but quite curvy and the cover that comes with it is dark blue and blackish blue. Some of the features that it has are very useful. For example, if you set the alarm on the phone but then switch the phone off, the alarm will still go off at the time you set it for. This can be useful if you're ... Read the complete review
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