Excerpt: Hi friends...... I was use it 4 years a go, It measures 47 x 118 x 22 mm, in size and weighs 125g, a relatively heavy handsets compared with M35 but you can hold easily because of its design. A simple monochrome display phone which has similar look, as with Siemens M35, the only difference you notice while is the phone has internal antenna where as Siemens M35 has external antenna.
Pros: Very strong if fall ^ _ ^
Cons: i really dislike with the design, but i was use it ^ _ ^
Excerpt: It's a good phone for fishermans, hunters, sportsmans or for people who often drop phone. Or for businessman who like reliable in operation, but not portliness. It's really working horse. But I'm not recommend using this phone over 1 year with same accumulator. New accumulator will need for normal working.
Excerpt: The first thing I noticed when I compared this mobile to my dad's Nokia 3310 is the solidness of it. And by solid, I don't mean brick-like. The phone is compact but you can feel that it's well put together. It isn't going to come apart in a hurry. The seams in the plastic don't give or creak if you try to twist or squeeze the phone.
Excerpt: Firstly I have to admit that I don't actually own this handset anymore, I sold it in favour of my shiny new Sony Ericsson T68i, however, because of the fact that I owned this phone for the best part of two years, I think that im in a pretty good position to write a review on it. When I purchased the M35i back in 2001 it was one of the top phones on the market. It was small, relatively lightweight, and had a wide array of features.
Excerpt: I came late to the world of mobile phones - I always felt contract phones were too expensive for the limited use I would have for them, and it was only when I got a free phone from a credit card company that I found their uses. That phone was a basic SAGEM phone, which I replaced just over a year ago with the WAP enabled Siemens M35i I must admit I havent used the phones full functionality, even now - the WAP system takes a little getting used to, and without free WAP...
Excerpt: Very good phone. I bought mine two years ago. It haves all the features I need, WAP browser is real good, T9 works well and call quality is good. Battery life is not a problem for me, I've been using 1000 mAh lithium battery with M35i. That battery is now been in use for about a year and still in great shape (battery lasts for a week in my use).
Excerpt: This is not my mobile phone as I have a Nokia 3310. This is my dad's mobile, so thought I would write about it. He did not want a really expensive phone, so decided to look around and see what he could find. He saw the Siemens M35i for £69.99, so he dicided to buy that. It's a small, grey phone and not at all bulky. It has a built in arial so the signal is really good on it. You can get this phone in other colours too like yellow, but he prefered the grey one.
Excerpt: Siemens M35i Recently I decided that the time had come to join the mobile phone revolution. I have not really needed a phone before, but as I am now driving, I think that a phone with me in the car is a good idea for if I breakdown or for in emergencies. Also at work I never know what I am doing from one day to the next, so I need a phone to let my family know where I am and when I will be back and also to communicate with my employer.
Pros: Sturdy, built in aerial, good features, WAP, good sound quality .
Cons: Keylock can not always stop keys from being pressed and the power button is a bit small .
Excerpt: I bought my Siemens M35i because I have always used Siemens mobile phones and have found them to be well designed and easy to use. The M35i is part of One 2 One's pay as you go scheme and costs £69.99. The phone is solidly built and has rubber casing. It is splash proof and shock proof which appealed to me as I don't like having to hide my phone in a leather case. The standby time and talk time are both good for everyday use.
Excerpt: Small in appearance yet big in capabilities, the Siemens M35 is one of the best mobiles I’ve come across in a long time. The Siemens M35 is very durable, small and full of features; I don’t know where to begin. The first thing I would like to mention is the Water resististy and the durability of this phone, Now seeming as I live in England (lovely whether…) We inevitably get heavy rain every so often, one such time just after I had bought my Siemens M35.