Summary: ~ ~ I changed my mobile phone about four months ago from a Nokia 3210 to the Siemens s35i. I have to be honest and say that I didn’t change over because I was unhappy with the old Nokia , but simply because my service provider, Eircell, offer their customers an automatic upgrade every year or so. ~ ~ And not being one to pass up a chance to buy something at less than retail, I thus found myself sniffing around the “Carphone Warehouse” and other mobile phone retailers.
Excerpt: "~ ~ I changed my mobile phone about four months ago from a Nokia 3210 to the Siemens s35i. I have to be honest and say that I didn’t change because I was unhappy in any way with the old Nokia, but simply because my service provider, Eircell, offer their customers an automatic upgrade every year or so. ~ ~ Not being one to pass by a bargain, I thus found myself sniffing around the “Carphone Warehouse” and other mobile phone retailers. ...
Excerpt: "I upgraded to my Siemens S35 by accident. I had no intention of upgrading at all, only my S25 had gone home in a dramatic way, and after 4 weeks with no sign of the phone coming back from repair, the nice lady at the Putney Vodafone shop got onto the powers that be on my behalf, got me the upgrade at no cost, waived the insurance excess, patted me on the head and sent me packing, clutching the dinky little S35 and wearing a big smile. (Three cheers ...
Pros: Small phone with a big screen, packed with useful features, impresses your sad mates no end .
Good alternative to the 7110 and r320s, let down by poor cal ...
27 August 2001
Summary: The Siemens S35i follows on from the reasonably successful S25, a small 'executive' phone that was packed with features. The S35i is just as small and boasting even more features than its predecessor. The Siemens S35i comes in at the top of the 35 series phones , which consists of the C35i and the M35i. The S35i offers most of the features found on these phones (it doesn't have the calling faces found on the C35i(!
Summary: The Siemens S35 is my second Siemens mobile phone. I upgraded from a C35 to gain infrared capability, but I gained so much more. The phone includes voice activated dialling, however this needs to be activated each time by a side-mounted button before saying the name to call. The good thing about this is you don’t accidentally phone someone, and if you have a lot of entries in your phonebook its definitely quicker than scrolling the phonebook list.
Summary: I have this phone and enjoy most of the features on it. The rest I haven't figured out how to use yet such as the fax and data module. However with its highly personable features and its long battery life means that it is a perfect phone for work and fun and can be used by anyone with any sort of brain. It comes with a vibrating alert, fully WAP functional, one programmable ring tone, 4 games including the highly addictive Minesweeper and Connect 4.
Summary: The Siemens S35i Dual Band/WAP phone has a lozenge-shaped, curvy shape that feels good in the hand and is one of the lightest and smallest WAP phones around. The S35i has a host of features that will impress the mobile professional, not least the inclusion of a WAP browser that enables you to access the mobile internet.
Excerpt: "Essentially, when one buys a mobile phone in the UK, one really does have a limited choice. I find this hard to accept when we are told that Britain has one of the highest mobile phone ownership in the world. I’m a fussy man and since getting my first phone in 1998 I’ve been the owner and regular user of 5 different makes of mobile phone and in terms of practicality (general making and receiving of calls) I’d have to say that the Ericsson T-18 handles ...
Pros: Highly customisable, wide range of functions, amazing durability
Cons: Can only program one ring tone, vibrate is a little weak, not a good range of accesories
Excerpt: "I borrowed this phone for a weekend and the quality of it is amazing. It claims to be shockproof, water resistant and all that other stuff that make me turn round and say 'wow...boring' Well this phone survived a whole weekend with me at a festival so it wins my vote. The S35i is a small lightweight phone with wap capabilities and text messaging to die for. When i first used the phone i was a little confused. The phone has a function when your typing ...
Pros: survived being trod on (practically jumped on), WAP, shockproof, water resistant
Summary: Most of my friends have Nokia phones, 3210 and more recently the 3310. I liked their style, but everybody had one, even if you could change the covers. I ended up purchasing the Siemens S35 from Virgin mobile. It may be expensive to buy (£189) but it really is a quality phone . It has a large screen, like the Nokia 3310, which is very good for writing text messages, especially as it has predictive SMS output.
Pros: built in modem, IR, Vioce memo & easy Text messaging
Cons: Cant 'buy' ringtones and have then 'sent' to your phone