Hello to everybody.
Im using my 5130 personally in posting this one. Internet is very satisfactory with its edge. With youtube watching, uh, unfortunately it doesnt support flash player therefore u cant watch videos in it except for visiting the mobile versi0n of it. Also u cant play apps from it in facebook, of course, but overall im happy wit its free browsing here in Philippines. Haha. It's easy here.
Another is, imo, it's the best phone in all nokia and se for this range, 4 its superb sound quality and decent camera and fulfilling features of the good-old s40, te interface, the java apps, and its other typical features. Comparing it to walkmans(this range) and to 5310 and 5220, id rather have this, wit its lower price, and better audio quality, and imo, for its design. Interface is also fast and flawless, except when u use the transition effects. I had 6300, this one's better 4 its 3.5 mm jack, and faster interface. W350, 3120, 7210, 5310, 5220, w880, w590, e590 are also nice competitors, and id tried most of them before, especially the nokias, but id say 5130 is the best choice, imo. Really.
Id just like to share tis wit anyone whos curious.
P.s. If ur getting d phone, instantly update its software, for better experience, and for assurance from hanging problems. The update is thd answer.
I want to buy either nokia 5130 XM or SonyEriccson S312
which one has better sound and camera quality
killa_chucky, 20 Sep 2009how much is the Internal memory for this phone ?30Mb
can any1 suggesst which phone shud i take...considering good camera and nice music player ...ranging 5000 to 8000....plzzz....suggest..........
I am buying this set on Saturday, one thing that i want to find out is whether it supports playback of videos, supposing i am on facebook and a friend provides a link to a video, am i able to play it?
I hope to hear from all.
Anonymous, 17 Sep 2009I used moto almost for 4 yrs. I tried this nokia fone for 1st time. I really got bad when my f... morethe sound quality is really good,but i am a bit disappointed with my camera as i expected a better quality with a 2MP camera.still it is a good model in reasonable price
I found out from brochure that for best case,the talktime is upto 6 hrs and for aktel it is 3.5 hrs...can some1 clarify on this ie what does it mean?
5130, 18 Sep 2009my name is Mary and i got this phone like 3 weeks ago it has served me good but i have a probl... moreMy seller told me to use the supplied headphones when running the FM, cause it acts as an antenna.
phone is bulky.... kinda looks like santa claus in christmas...
Anybody knows how to switch on T9 writing messages on this phone? Just buy this phone yesterday n it is awesome n beautiful phone.
killa_chucky, 20 Sep 2009how much is the Internal memory for this phone ?Approx 30MB of which 22 MB is free and the rest contains some free stuffs (ringtone, themes, images, etc)
pratikyo, 17 Sep 2009can 5130 320x240 resolution operate 240x320 applications please tell me or i should take 5310yes u can buy 5310,clarity+headphone+battery=good
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