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Benq Siemens EF51
Evaluation in my collection: Great- 9.5/10
Life timer: N/A | Boxed: YES
Release Year: 2006 | Release Price: ~100 USD
About: As odd as it may be for me to say, it?s a really cute phone, even a little girly perhaps. It has a certain je-ne-sais-quoi feel when it comes to its looks. A warped egg maybe? You decide. The EF51 has a small TFT display with a resolution of 128 x 128 pixels and 256k colors. The keypad is right behind the music player panel in front. So all you have to do is flip it open. The keys on the pad may seem small, but they?re easy to use.
On one side you?ll find a dedicated voice recorder key followed by the volume keys and the dedicated camera key. There?s also the proprietary charging port. On the other side is the proprietary earphone / USB socket, but thankfully BenQ-Siemens has provided a converter to 3.5mm. Underneath this socket is the miniSD card slot. The EF51 weighs in at 95g which also makes it a light mobile phone aside from being small.
Reviews when released: First Post
Benq Siemens EF81
Evaluation in my collection: BNIB – 10/10
Life timer: 0 | Boxed: YES
Release Year: 2006 | Release Price: N/A
About: The BenQ-Siemens EF81 is undoubtedly similar specs-wise and even in looks to the Motorola Razr V3x. The most impressive design feature of this phone is how thin it is, considering it has the same features as the Motorola V3x — which is much bigger. The EF81 measures 51 by 94 by 16mm thin whereas the V3x is 55 by 99 by 20mm, making the EF81 4mm less wide, 5mm shorter and 4mm thinner.
Reviews when released: Cnet.com