Anonymous, 05 Jul 2009Does the 5800 have visual voicemail? Sorry, but a phone with such limited functionality los... moreif you want to run your gps for very long,then turn on your defroster with the ac on.that is if your ac works.
Anonymous, 05 Jul 2009Check this out, if you like gaming...
iPhone RUL... moreTo be safe.Play your games at room temperature only please.
Anonymous, 05 Jul 2009no radio??? no secondary camera??? bluetooth nonfunctional for other phones??? but good proces... moreDoes the 5800 have visual voicemail?
Sorry, but a phone with such limited functionality loses out to the iPhone.
no radio??? no secondary camera??? bluetooth nonfunctional for other phones??? but good processor no doubt!over all i would still rate it below nokia 5800 and the new samsung omnia hd! good memory(16 gb/32 gb) no doubt but nokia 5800 functions as smooth as domperignon with 16 gb class 6 memory card(transcend)! overall too high a price for the package!!!
Pepsi, 04 Jul 2009If you are in a contract and you want to get out of it early for whatever reason, there is alw... more3 doesnt have an early exit because i went with them i had the LG U8110 and then the new U8120 came out after it. i then decided to uprgrade so they let me exit freely with no extra charges but decided to pay off two phones. I wouldnt mind that.
Can't these rediculous phone companies let us do that, so much for for customer service, i believe its weakening.
Okay im not complaing im just wondering why we cant pay off two phones, whats wrong with paying two phones ive always done that and they wont let cause im on iphone and regret it soo badly i shouldve gotten a Nokia 5800.
Check this out, if you like gaming...
iPhone RULES as far as games go.
Anonymous, 05 Jul 2009yeah, the Apple i-phone 3GS is great isn't it?
what a joke!
nice one Apple!
Because they updated the standard disclaimer which covers pretty much any electrical equipment to include the iPhone 3GS.
That 0-35 standard has been around for decades and you'll find exactly the same thing on any manufacturers website.
Where are some hard facts?
All there is so far is some very sketchy anecdotal evidence and ONE PHOTO FROM FRANCE!
yeah, the Apple i-phone 3GS is great isn't it?
what a joke!
nice one Apple!
this is best i phone it so cool and nice the best one of them my last one too
Anonymous, 04 Jul 2009Hey Allan, I liked my experiences with the iPhone so much I just bought a Macbook and it's gre... morealso...i think DELL and nokia are partners in creating the e90 ( as allan have mentioned), which is a powerful smartphone by nokia. Other n-series/e-series may be affilated with dell as well.
Anonymous, 04 Jul 2009Hey Allan, I liked my experiences with the iPhone so much I just bought a Macbook and it's gre... morenokia doesn't make computers because it is unneccesary. the n-series can be sync with pc or mac.
I wish this phone could play video in 16 by 9 like the n97.Thats my only complaint.Other than that the iphone 3gs is really good.
umm my question is on the battery life,
i charged it over night for the 1st charge and the battery still seems to lose charge fairly quickly.
within the 1st 2hours that ive taken it off the charger, its already down to 92% battery life.
is this normal??
iPhone 3G upgrades to iPhone 3GS through your network.
I'm seeing a few people arguing and being upset with looking at upgrading their existing iPhone 3G to the new iPhone 3GS handset through their existing contract with Optus etc.
Why are you angry about exit fees/upgrade early fees. Did you not read your contract when signing to the terms and conditions. If you did, then what do you expect.
Do you really need to upgrade to the new iPhone 3GS if it really only offers 4 more features that the current the iPhone 3g with the new firmware offers. Ask yourself, do you really need the iPhone 3GS, has it got what you are looking for and need that your current 3g doesn't offer.
Telcos are a business, like any business they need to make money to be able to keep people employed and maintain and offer you a service to use your mobiles/iphones. Every business has terms and conditions, its up to you to shop around to see what best suits you.
I personally upgraded to the new iPhone 3GS 32GB from the iPhone 3G 16GB as I've always said that if they released a 32GB memory iPhone then I would get it as I wanted this amount of available memory.
I don't think the iPhone is rubbish at all. It offers me what I like in a mobile and the fact now that I can MMS with it, I"m even more happy. The video recording on the new iPhone 3GS is nice too, so thats a bonus for me.
I just don't understand why people get so worked up about termination fees and features on the iPhone when you know deep in the back of your mind, you know all about this stuff all a long. Maybe you need a place to vent and hopefully it works but seriously, stop whinging, you know the drill and rules, get over it.
Anonymous, 05 Jul 2009"im with optus and im in 1 year of my contract already woo-hoo/woot woot but optus is making m... moreYou will find regardless of which model phone you have with Optus, Vodafone etc, it's the contract you are in that you will pay out early if you decide to upgrade early.
Even you had the Nokia N96 and wanted to upgrade to the N97, you would probably find your early termination fee would be probably more then what they are asking for the early fee on your existing iPhone.
My friend has 12 months left on his 2 year contract which is on the $49 cap with a Motorola V9 mobile, to pay it out 12 months early it would cost him $500, which today is more then what the mobile is worth brand new.
Yes its steep to pay out but all telco's are a business, you signed into an agreement, so sadly we pay these fees if we want to terminate a contract early.
Optus for what I have read, have discounted the termination fee on all existing 3g iphone users that want to upgrade early to the new iphone 3g S, so in some way they are being a little fair.
It will happen again in 12 months when the next iPhone comes out and all iphone 3g S people want to upgrade.
I checked out the specs of the new iPhone 3Gs, very impressive. so I bought the iPhone. Then I realized that all the basic features of this new iPhone are useless because the phone maker locked everything. For example, I can't use bluetooth to transfer photos to my buddies phone. Also, the phone has no themes unless I jailbreak it. I can go on and list ten thousand other cool features that the iphone doesn't have. it's too late for me to return it now. i feel like being ripped off. my question is, why is the iPhone maker being such a dictator by limiting the functionalities of the phone. I can't be controlled by a phone. I am going back to my Sony Ericsson.