This phone should be flushed down the toilet, just like the captains log!!!
This Phone should have been a fold design, like the Nokia 6650. Then it would have resembled the Star Trek communicator.
PrincessLeia, 08 May 2009Star Wars rules!!! Star Trek drools!!Hell yeah Star Wars rules!!! not even all star trek series and all star trek movies put together will amount to half of what star wars did!!!
Anonymous, 08 May 2009That's when they ad the cost of one years "free" music, they did the same in Australia the pri... moreWhy don't you order the NAM version might be cheaper or order the Asian version it still has the "comes with music" package
sexual chocolate, 07 May 2009a trek phone at lastUr kidding right? U were actually expecting a Geekia... I mean a Nokia 5800 star trek edition? Wow! That is sad!
Even i dont have money to buy this,whether nokia will incorpate 5800 technology in Nokia 1100
lorisgirl, 06 May 2009I want to point out that it's not being sold for 399 reais in Brazil. The BR Nokia Store is pr... moreThat's when they ad the cost of one years "free" music, they did the same in Australia the price jumped from $A464 to $A964 overnight.
What happens when the year is up?
I want to point out that it's not being sold for 399 reais in Brazil. The BR Nokia Store is pricing it at 1800 reais (roughly 900 dollars).
That's the average price for a smartphone here. :(
and it's not even the Trekkie version. meh.
Anonymous, 04 May 2009Nokia should be focusing to develop a phone which would finally be a rival to the iPhone!! ... moreDifferent strokes for different folks. No one is stoping you from buying an i phone, isn't it?. Dolt!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Dani, 04 May 2009First there was 'N96 Bruce Lee Edition' And now '5800 Star Trek Edition' Is Nokia wa... moreGrab a marketing textbook and it will enlighten you as to why Nokia do this, coz clearly you are in the dark on such matters!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Tech-King, 04 May 2009One day Nokia will go Siemens & Motorola way.. down to nowhere!! Mere Brand Name can't save... moreYou aren't the only one dreaming of the demise of Nokia. It has been predicted by losers for the past 5 years and it still has to come to fruition. Get it into your thick skull that Nokia aint going nowhere with 37% global market share!!!.OK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1