Nokia 5330 Mobile TV Edition review: As seen on TV
- Nick Tester
Two things, that spring to mind:
Firstly, where's the HDMI. Out?
Or Something to through Your DVB-H. Picture onto Something bigger?
Secondly, the Display is in a 4:3 Aspect Ratio.
What the F.
We've been viewing in Widescreen, for a long, long time...
So, although I can see a HUGE, and I mean HUGE appeal for these...
(You know, like when You're in the Pub, watching the Football, and You really have to go, but You don't want to miss Anything...
I'm not joking... I know of one Pub, where They have a load of Flat-Screens, in the Men's Toilets, so that They can continue to watch the Football... Weird, but a good Business Tool.).
...I don't think, it's happening.
If You can't see what's on the Screen, because it's too small, it's little more than a Novelty, that People are going to laugh at.
Specially when a Film's Playing, and They chop off, 2/3 of the Screen, to make it 16:9.
- 2010-07-20 00:09
wikkipedia are showingthis as DVB-t compatible. if only there was a phone with dvb-t- would save me electricity on my slingbox!
- 2010-06-26 22:55
Search & buy a Gsmart T600 from Gigabyte with 150€, with a decent OS, VGA 2.6" screen, DVB, better CPU.. Camera might be worse but who cares?
- 2010-06-21 07:51
I cannot understand why my dstv stopped working. can this be an act of fraud from MTN that told us that this device will work freely till march next year. people has been complaining that their dstv has not been working and mine also has not been working for 2 days now. Please give me solution if u have.
- 2010-06-17 10:41
there ARE many phones with Tv receivers , esp chinesse phones which have touch screen tv ,keypad , high volume speakeres etc etc and they come come as cheap as 50$ !!!! Gsm areana is not covering all those chineese phones ? why??
- 2010-06-17 09:17
This phone is off the hook. Nice work nokia to bad its on an s40 UI 6th editions OS. But still, luvly job.
- 2010-06-16 23:48
What gives with Nokia and build-quality?
They seem to be having a real problem with this now
- 2010-06-16 15:10
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