Siemens C25 Review

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Mandeep.'s review of Siemens C25

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Siemens C25

“I'll take certain aspects of the phone: 1. Size:...”

Written on: 29/06/2000 by Mandeep. (1 review written)

Good Points
Summary: Small, Decent Tones, Easy to Use, Nice Menu

Bad Points
Summary: Lacks lots of (minor) features, But these add up to spoil the phone

General Comments
I'll take certain aspects of the phone: 1. Size: Nice and Small BUT quite thick 2. Weight: Lighter than many BUT heavier than newer phones (135g) 3. Ring Tones: Composer and DJ ring tones BUT Composer takes so long to use you're better sending tones to a Nokia from a free site, and you can only store one extra at a time. DJ tones aren't amazing either. 4.Memory: Virtually non existant-Relies on SIM for phonebook and SMS storage, and only 10 missed, 10 in and 10 out call storage. 5. Looks: Rather plain but the size means it tends not to bother me. 6. Menu/Easy to Use?: Excellent menu and very easy to use, in my opinion. 7. Features it has: 10 '1 touch & dial' (VIP) Numbers. Everything else has already been mentioned. 8. All the other noticable features that are missing: Clock, Calendar, WAP, Vibrating, Games, Modem, large screen, Infa Red. 10. Overall: Quite light, Quite small, Quite cheap: A quite good phone for the price. But all the little missing features add up and so try and wait to save up for one of the new "i" range of Siemens phones (with WAP).

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