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Written on: 12/03/2002 by Mr Atom. (1 review written)
The M35 from Siemens is a good mobile phone. One major bad point: THE RING TONES… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/02/2002 by Rob. (1 review written)
The M35 from Siemens is a great value phone, with all needed features. Battery going flat without any audio warning is my only gripe… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/02/2002 by sam oloo. (1 review written)
The Siemens M35 is the best phone to use in my part of the world. This is because of the conditions found here-you need a phone that can survive the shocks and has the waterproofness that the phone has. The style is marvellous and void of the monotony of other phones keep up the good work SIEMENS especially on the M35… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/01/2002 by johnny. (1 review written)
The M35 is quite simply one of the best phones that siemens or any other manufacturer have made. It's easy to use and great value for money. If your looking for an all purpose phone for normal and simple everyday use, you won't do much better for that price. Get One!!… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/01/2002 by Richard Jewell. (1 review written)
The M35 from Siemens is a great little phone in general, costing only £69. This is approximately half what the similar sized and specced Nokia 3310 costs!
Menus are generally fairly easy once you are used to them but I find the lack of a proper daily alarm clock annoying and the existing alarm a right pain to use. Games, logo and ringtone provision a bit dismal but this doesn't worry me too much because i'm older than 13 years!
My major gripe is poor battery life. I'm a averaging 2.5 days… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/01/2002 by ginge. (1 review written)
Overall the M35 from Siemens is a good phone. I wouldn't like to part with this type. If only i could get the electricals fixed so it wouldn't keep freezing on certain screens i would be very happy. But i highly rate this phone anyway and think it is brilliant… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/01/2002 by Mike. (1 review written)
I've had my Siemens M35 phone for about 6 months and the menu system continues to annoy me. It's just not logical - requiring far too many button-presses in most cases. Things are hidden away in strange places. Nokia have got the best menu system easily, in my opinion. I had an Ericsson for a while and the menus on that were pretty bad too. Maybe the newer models are better?
Am I the only person who wants a normal 'telephone' style ringtone? There's some funky tunes in the M35 but I dont much… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/01/2002 by Tobias. (1 review written)
Tough, but not extremely tough
Well, this phone is something special. It is some kind of a hybrid between a professional phone that may suit business users, with a wide range of features such as a calendar, WAP, 14.4 modem and more. It has features which will satisfy teenagers and younger users as well; games, predictive text input, et cetera. The phone's biggest feature is its extra toughness, however. It should be able to withstand daily wear and tear without problems: rain, dropping it… Read Full Review
Written on: 31/12/2001 by Crooks. (1 review written)
I bought this Siemens M35 phone because it was different from all the Nokias everyone else was getting and is WAP ready. Unfortunately the service isn't available here yet.. not even fax services! I've found it to be reliable although I do have issues with it's antenna sensitivity and battery life using the standard 500mah battery. Otherwise it's fine… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/12/2001 by Kathy. (1 review written)
I go out on field works often and the siemens m35i proved to be really shock, dust, and water resistant. I've been on rough terrains and difficult weather and I've had the phone for almost two years now. It still doesn't have a single scratch or any sign of wear and tear!… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/12/2001 by Tim. (1 review written)
Here in the uae people are so used to having nokia's, so its unique to have something different
if youre planning to get a nokia 33103330 get the siemans M35 you wont regret it.
i had about 4 phones(motrola, nokia 6210/3330 and ericson t20) and i prefer the M35 the most 'cause of its unique style and shape… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/12/2001 by Aspirer. (1 review written)
The only complain I have is with the sound clearity of the Siemens M35 phone. Perhaps you may share your view on this… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/12/2001 by helsables. (1 review written)
this is a very good phone for all ages especially me even your parents could grow to like it… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/11/2001 by Selina Patterson. (1 review written)
This mobile phone is really excellent and it is not at all expensive. I recommend it to anyone looking for a good mobile phone… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/11/2001 by neo. (1 review written)
this is a great mobile phone packed full of features. its small light, looks good, it has no anntena which is great cuz anntena in the way and always breaks… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/11/2001 by babychoy. (1 review written)
i haven't seen a shock/dust/water-proof mobile as stylish as the Siemens M35 until the advent of the ME45. but looks aside, let's talk about it's features. compared to a more popular Finnish brand of the same price, this one's got the standard features plus WAP, a multilingual T9 Text Input System, country code and network listings, a mini-organizer, ringing-to-SMS alert tones (so you wont get bored with the usual "beep thrice" alerts), message templates, in-phone address book, cool games… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/11/2001 by mao. (1 review written)
this phone is so good ... its for those that are careless with their phones and tend to drop them every other second ... no matter how much you drop it it just wont break ... and it has a cool discharge battery function too… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/11/2001 by Matty. (1 review written)
This mobile phone is great, ive had many phones,(Nokia 3210; Trium Geo; Motorolla V2288; Vodafone MN1; Phillips C12.) But this is the best phone ive had! Although you cant change the covers, this doesnt really matter because the phone is quite stylish as it is! The menu system is great, and so is the 3D maze game! The ringtones you can get sound quite good and my battery seems to last about 5-6 days even though i talk on it quite a bit. Overall, I think this phone is much better than Nokia's partially… Read Full Review
Written on: 31/10/2001 by pyoung. (1 review written)
any one who rates this fone lower than a nine is obviously nine years old and owns a blokia 3310. truth is , if i owned a blokia i'd shoot myself!
this fone is brilliant , no argument!
ok ,ok , it doesn't have changable covers, but show me a water proof fone that does!
yes , it doesn't have sms operator logos , but hey , do i desperately need one to prove how cool i am?
this fone has everything and more , the games are fabulous , 3D maze kicks any snake or snake derived game.
the user… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/10/2001 by Hugh Jass. (1 review written)
I now have my Siemens M35 for over a year and have been very impressed by it. It is a refreshing alternative to the Nokia 3310/3330 and cheaper. It is also extremely reliable and rarely drops a call, even in a poor signal area. The WAP browser is quite good for information services and makes the most of its relatively small screen. Overall a stylish and value for money phone. I would recommend it to anyone… Read Full Review
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