The Samsung S3500 is a midrange phone that's dressed above its station. This Samsung Soul look-alike makes good use of metal and although it trades the touchpad for a regular D-pad, it still looks a notch or two above its price range.
The bottom line here is obviously the Soul connection. While the Samsung S3500 is clearly way down the portfolio ladder, it really tries to present itself favorably. Some of those Soul genes give Samsung S3500 a bit of an edge in the lower midrange. The brushed metallic look and the very same screen we saw in the original U900 Soul can only help it get noticed. Of course, the touchpad would’ve been a nuisance at this price point.
The styling aside, Samsung S3500 puts together a rather discreet spec sheet but it’s not totally clueless about what users may value. The Flash-enhanced UI and the good music package seem to be its key attractions. The capable music player makes enough sense with microSD expansion, while the FM radio offers RDS and broadcast recording functionality.
Well, more than decent looks and few but focused features seem to give Samsung S3500 a confidence boost in the lower end of the market. Let’s now see how that translates in real terms.
hi, i am using Samsung Metro mobile and i having problem of hearing of incoming calls but after mobile speaker will on then i can hear so pl tell me what can i do for that.
hi i just got my 3500 back from service regarding a display problem..... but now when ive put the SIM it does not show any network coverage at all. SIM works good in other mobiles. what shld i do... pls help
Yes Sasi is right I have Samsung 3500 and my brother have Nokia 5130 xm.My phones battery backup is veeeeeeeeeeery less.I have to charge this phone every day even if i use it normaly Samsung 3500.When i hear 5 music even in headset the battery become...