Anonymous, 11 Dec 2009obviously quite thick but let me say it again, the 5800 may not charge with its USB port, but ... moreIt is packaged with one cable which will charge the iPhone from any USB port including the one on it's wall charger, the one's on Aircraft, car chargers etc.
You don't have to buy a special extra cable with a 2mm pin.
What happened to the pop port?
There go a whole lot of useless accessories off to landfill if they don't make it to recycling.
Anonymous, 11 Dec 2009The "best technology"? Such as not offering charging by USB on its 5800? How about not able ... moreobviously quite thick but let me say it again, the 5800 may not charge with its USB port, but it CAN charge through a USB port in much the same way an iPhone does it, through a proprietary cable turning the charge port to a USB, while we're on the topic though iPhone doesnt even have a USB port, it has only its own Apple proprietary dock connector that can GO to USB, but no standard Micro or Mini USB port in sight
The Nokia store in New York was the only place to test the Nokia phones. Now there is no place to test them out.
nite nite nokie..
Really Nokia is out of touch, wake up and get your act together you silly Europies who need to learn how to adapt to US style and fvck monopoly cell networks in US but Nok should build phones that are truly compatible with 3G US networks and with good price. Throw in a AMOLED 3.7" screen and a thin form factor then wm6.5 or Android 2 os with DivX, free US sat nav, voice command, full web brower flash support, 3.5mm audio jack, micro USB charge, TV out, external memory with 16G internal would make me a buyer ;) and stop fooling around nokie, u have enough junk phones to build a house (only a few "good" one but still buggy and clunky UI/OS)
[deleted post]It's interesting Motorola pulled out of a lot of countries on their downward spiral, now the current number one (Nokia) is following in the former number one's (Motorola) footsteps.
Motorola and Google, American and proud of it, working together with the Milestone/Droid to take back the ground they lost to Nokia.
Go, go Moto.
Anonymous, 11 Dec 2009iphone launch in China being a failure? Do you have the exact sales figures compare to other ... moreHere's a source, the Wall Street Journal:-
100,000 iPhones sold in China.
Anonymous, 11 Dec 2009Symbian s60 is an open OS? LMAO!!! I'm literally on the floor here!
Guess you're pretty new... moreSymbian s60 is 80% open source it's linux based
I'm obviously not new to cell phones.oh ignorant one.
Neil L Smith, 10 Dec 2009I believe nokia should have genuine retailers and manufacturers, No more made in china ,… beca... moreThe "best technology"? Such as not offering charging by USB on its 5800? How about not able to fully open the flip with headset plugged in on its N76?
Deep space bar, 11 Dec 2009You dumbo nokia made touchscreen phones from before.......6000series and something else and l... moreI specifically said the almighty brand DID NOT release any touchscreen (3G) phone before iphone (3G)....
And you being the almighty brand expert can't even recall exactly what touchscreen PHONE the almighty brand released before the iphone? 6000 series? Were they selling so well even experts like you can't recall the model numbers?
I recall 2 models, 7700 and 7710, which I saw only ONCE in my lifetime seeing somebody using 7700, even (way) less than Vertu.
When others started to release "tri-band" phones supporting GSM900/1800/1900, the almighty brand also said "I want to be different" with its 8890 which supported GSM800/1900 only.
If you accuse Americans being "unique", isn't the almighty brand being different by being practically the only GSM manufacturer who insists to put the "+" key at the * position instead of 0 like everybody else?
Deep space bar, 11 Dec 2009You don't pay attention....apple is the king of restrictions lol
Nokia is known for all in on... moreSymbian s60 is an open OS? LMAO!!! I'm literally on the floor here!
Guess you're pretty new to the world of cell phones, eh?
Anonymous, 11 Dec 2009Hope nokia and apple can have The same worldwide market share 40 Percentage
nokia will c... moreYou don't pay attention....apple is the king of restrictions lol
Nokia is known for all in one and the openess of the symbian s60 Os
Hope nokia and apple can have The same worldwide market share 40 Percentage
nokia will come up with all in one phone
apple will get rid of restriction and feature rich phoen
hype is the way to success
Anonymous, 11 Dec 2009It was a network problem cause my friend had it when it first came to UsA he didn't have a pr... moreOf the twenty million or so iPhones that have been sold how many confirmed reports of them exploding are there?
1 in a million?
1 in 10 million?
Anonymous, 10 Dec 2009You forgot the 5800 and the Mural being recalled because they wouldn't work with AT&T's networ... moreIt was a network problem cause my friend had it when it first came to UsA he didn't have a problem and he's on At&t nokia manned up and took the fall
Not like other companies*cough*apple.........exploding phones are the customers faults....come on
Anonymous, 11 Dec 2009What would the world be if Americans stop wasting money? Believe that's how the whole world r... moreYou dumbo nokia made touchscreen phones from before.......6000series and something else and look at the tablets all of them
Way before the iphone the problem is is AT&T had the 900/1700/2100 like the rest of the world and Tmobile then nokia wouldn't have a prolem shipping phones but since USA always likes to be different they suffer
Newer models take longer and are more expensive cause of the NAM RF chip and the fact that the updates take longer aswell
bye bye nokie see u when u have a REALLY TRULY good phone (and THIN too) with..read previous comment below..chao...c.u
[deleted post]What would the world be if Americans stop wasting money? Believe that's how the whole world recession started...
The almighty brand never valued the US market anyway, as it REFUSED to release (3G) touchscreen phones before iphone was released, and the number of flip phones...still preferred by many Americans (and Japanese) by the almighty brand can probably be counted with fingers and toes...