We didn't have a lot of info when we hit you with all those new BenQ-Siemens phones yesterday, but the deets are out on the C81, and it's looking like a pretty good mid-range handset for music types. For multimedia the phone sports video and music playback, with MP3 and AAC support, built-in speakers, and 128MB of included RS-MMC storage. There is also an EDGE radio to help with music downloads, along with USB 2.0 to speed media transfers from your PC. The phone does include JENTRO "activepilot" navigation software to keep you on track, with no word on what exact tech they're using to nab your locating, but otherwise it keeps things pretty standard with a 1.3 megapixel camera and the usual Bluetooth action. The C81 should be available to consumers in Q2 of this year, with no word on pricing as of yet.