Siemens has announced their new SP65 cell phone which features Bluetooth, Outlook and Lotus Notes synchronization, a reduced size memory card slot, and a 260,000 TFT display. The phone is targeted towards business users and has a pretty sharp design to boot. It purposely lacks a camera in order to meet emerging corporate security and procurement requirements, effectively condemning you to T9ing your favorite proprietary documents if you're the espionage type. Available next month, the phone offers 5 hours of talk time and nearly two weeks of standby with no price to speak of quite yet.
Of course, Cingular already has the S66, which is this same phone with a 1.3-megapixel camera. For most users, that's the one your want.