Written on: 07/07/2002 by Lutaaya Arsen. (1 review written)
Offers a very wide range of standard features; conference of up to five callers, internet access & WAP, internal aerial, shock-proof, others may be clear sound, sturdy, easily pocketable, dust proof, fairly long battery life(6 days) without illumination, quite stylish & good value for money. Its organiser feature puts it far ahead. Picture images can be recieved from even a non siemens phone that lacks images once proper code of image is sent eg "%love". Included in the phone is a battery rejuvenation feature. Key speed dial feature includes several operations options.
Status reports on delivered messages does not identify destination names as of call list but by number. Status report on messages hangs on screen longer than necessary. My siemens M35 at times may stop suddenly scrolling forward & backwads & does not switch off until I remove the battery & replace it back.
I have had my Siemens M35 mobile phone since March 2002. Before I bought it I had had a Nokia 3210 for 2 years which endured a number of falls. I had missed out on the vibrator & organiser, I found these features in such a small, compact, fine & dandy siemens M35 gadget. Being an ardent user of SMS feature I noted that editing of long text was kind of slowed as the phone's T9 does not 'remember' new words used earlier. The rubber at the back keeps the phone from sliding off bevelled surfaces and out of the breast-pocket.
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