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Sagem everything goes well, the products at minimal price

Contents, all articles from CeBIT

Sagem made a breakthrough during last year on the European market, its products were remarkable for high functionality and low price, which was a guarantee for great sales. In 2004 the strategy remained the same, manufacturer is trying to present most cheap solutions for each segment. This means that a lot of phones are the same, already known products with slight cosmetic changes. For example Sagem myX5-2 is the very same 6, but its design reminds Nokias for some reason. Sagems decision to step away from the brick-alike design seems to be the right one, its more pleasant.

We will not stop on the already known models, there is a lot of information about them already. Review of new top-model X7 can be read at our web-site.

The biggest announcement from Sagem is presentation of Windows-smartphone, its called Sagem myS-7. Its shape, quality and specifications are very similar to Motorola MPx100. Perhaps the plastics quality is slightly lower, but we believe it was due to the fact that its a sample, and not the retail product. On the whole this means that the company will try to start shipments of this product in the nearest future. I will not mention the technical specifications, just look at the Motorolas smartphone description, everything is very similar. The difference is that this model features VGA-camera and lacks flash. This means lower price, in September it will cost 450 Euros. The keyboard is slightly different, impossible to say if its better or worse. We can say with 100% confidence that 2004 will be the Windows-smartphone year.

The female clamshell myC3-b is sold under FLY brand, in reality it is produced by Bird in China. In Europe it is sold under the Sagem brand, the specifications are rather usual, design is rather peculiar. The women who tried this phone out at the exhibition did not experience any special excitement and reacted calmly. Basically this is a typical modern clamshell phone, average amount of functions.

Of course the company could not resist the temptation to present a phone with slider, it supports i-mode. Nothing special, the screen is far from being perfect and looks rather pale, non-bright, although the picture is smooth.

The interest was drawn to the UMTS-phone with radical red cases color. It had been streaming live video from some camera. Basically this is about it that can be said about companys products at this years CeBIT. Once again the company did not have any press-releases, this seems to become the tradition no materials for Press.

Contents, all articles from CeBIT

Eldar Murtazin (eldar@mobile-review.com)
Translated by Alexander "Lexx" Zavoloka (alexander.zavoloka@mobile-review.com);

Published — 23 March 2004

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