Defective 65 Series Siemens Phone Can Hurt Ears

Posted: Aug 27 2004, 2:30am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:51pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

 

Defective 65 series Siemens Phone can hurt Ears
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Siemens M65 Siemens warned about a software-related defect in its 65 product series (C65, CX65, M65, S65, SL65 as well as all provider variations such as the CV65, CT65, CXV65 and CXT65) which could lead to failures in audio transmission in very rare and unlikely cases of usage.
Because of the software error, if a telephone call is automatically cut off because the battery has run down, the disconnection melody could possibly start to play loudly.
In extreme cases, this volume could lead to hearing damage.
Siemens will issue a software update via providers to remedy the issue.
Read Siemens Mobile Press-Release for more details.

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