Anonymous, 20 Jan 2009Good!
Want a good camera? Buy a Sony, a Canon or a Nikon...That's exactly the idea ;-)
Btw, I bought a Canon for my gf :-* Love you baby :-D
Well the problem is this i like this set :) but the thing is clear nokia is working for the teenagers N series is not the only thing nokia have and qwerty keyboard is nice for texting but the keypad alpha numeric keys doesnt make sense the screen can b bigger running on 3rd edition
well its a nice phone for those pple who like music but dont like test messaging with a numeric keypad...
the full QWERTY keyboard is for text messaging, if this option is available it doesnt mean that the phone is for business...
in the contrary this is an X-tra option for the music lovers... gr8 thinking from Nokia...
PS: b4 you write or comment know the product that is being shown and try to know what target the company wants to hit with that product b4 judging...
For all you brain surgeons out there and tech wannabees (who probably don't even know what a transistor is if it bit you in the @ss) that only judge a phone by how many Mpixels the camara has (sigh)... I bet that when you're texting your other highly inlighted GSM expert friends, a full QWERTY keyboard comes in handy, right?
Just a thought here: GSM Arena should create a topic where every user could "build" their perfect phone and afterwards all of the other users could vote for the "perfect" phone with the best features. I'll bet that the only features people would consider are 16 M colour screens and 12 Mpixel camaras, instead of USEFUL features as processing power for multimedia tasks, big screens with nice resolutions, but especially since we are talking about PHONES!!!, quad band support and triband UMTS/HSDPA support for real power users and world travellers (IMHO).
If you don't like it, fine, that's your right and opinion... But please keep your obscure questions to yourself. Go along now, go grab some cheap unsofisticated little phone with a huge Mpixel camara and pretend that you even know what a bit means.
Peace and love,
Nokia Design Engineer
P.S: btw, my favourite phones right now are the Xperia X1a or the HTC Fuze. Oh, only a 3.15 Mp camara and they have a QWERTY keyboard :-O What's the sense in that? ;-)
el-cheapo design look, poor battery life, maybe aim for pre-teen market
the specs looks like a mixed bag..why would anyone need qwerty when the phone doesn't have wi-fi and a sizable 2.4 inch screen? still, if it has same sound quality as 5800, it probably would appeal to those who want the 5800, but could not stand using a touch screen..
By the time this phone is released the price of 5800 will be around 250 euros,30 euros for touch,beautifull,big,quality screen,wifi enabled phone,who will buy this??
And what about 5710,if they make it too expensive noone will buy it becouse 5800 is there.
Good market strategy Nokia!!congratulations!!
PS:im not anybodies fan,im looking for a descent,qwerty keypad,not to expencive phone.
its not a horrible handset... oh wait it kinda is! Dont like the plastic look (esp. the blue) and cant for the life of me see the sense in having alpha numeric and qwerty, especially in a music phone. Pointless.
i said it once and i'll say it again... Nokia is going downhill. money and time they waste on these poor handsets they could of developed a new nseries with latest software and upgrades
it is really beautiful!!!
and hi class!!!!
congratulations to NOKIA
phone looks amazing, buti hop nokia release more colours, not to keen on the blue, either way i cant wait till its released
Unlike some idiots who are just blindly criticising this fone, I think this one's a simple masterpiece! With the number of ppl able to afford expensive handsets reducing, this is simply great, having a QWERTY keyboard with a music fone at such a low price tag (220 euros, according to MR). Simply fab, wish this announcement had come about 2 weeks earlier so that I could've waited for this rather than buying the 5320! :)