DK Nian, 12 Aug 2009cool, u specially call them send one to u or thats the date of it arrive to u there? if yes, t... moreNo i did not specially order. The shop just said that it's coming here on monday so i went and ordered my piece :D
eshaan, 11 Aug 2009Ok i went and booked my phone. I had to pay a deposit of 1k. If it does not come by 17th augus... morecool, u specially call them send one to u or thats the date of it arrive to u there? if yes, that means almost arrive me here too... xD
wow !its is very awesome and its elegant and fashionable phone for me i hope i have that phone thats why im saving my money to buy it
i hope it is not Sligthly expensive
for me it is so fashionable and awesome !!!
im crazy just to have it !
hami, 10 Aug 2009hello all in Pakistan it is available now and its for 18k PKR :) i hope i can get it now cuz i... moreslaam dear (hami)where this set is available , n you are sure that its price is 18k n is it available in all colour or only in black n red
IEatCookiesForBreakf, 11 Aug 2009Also, while Nokia hasn't officialy said anything (why would they, they won't announce some sim... moreHey IEatCookiesForBreak ..Its for u...
Seee I can easily find out u keep on replying to all ur arguments. I beleive u just started hating 5530 hence giving all unneccesary comparison here....
See if u r seriously that desparate about 3 g u can go for 5800 surely..People in this forum are not that desarate about 3g....
What people like is
- Definitely a better processor hence better response in 5530.
- Same sound quality in 5800 and 5530.
- Good slim looks.
- kinetic scrolling
- most important less price....
So i wish u will stop arguing and bet for 5800 as we all know its good phone but we r prefering 5530 coz of its many unique features...
hey guys can anyone confirm if it has tv out featre.i know it does not has tv out cable with it but does it has tv out feature
Well i think if nokia will increase 5800's clock speed through firmware. It will just force the processor to go faster and when that happens it may cause more problem to the phone IMO.
eshaan, 11 Aug 2009Ok i understand what your saying and about the UI being more responsive i visit the dailymobil... moreAlso, while Nokia hasn't officialy said anything (why would they, they won't announce some simple features in a firmware update) the truth is a Nokia employee has spoken, and said the 5800 will be getting said updates.
So the whole "5530 interface is better" is moot at this point. And while the software of the 5530 may be better (for now) the fact is the hardware isn't. And that won't be "fixed" with a new firmware.
I guess we've all said what we could and wanted. Doesn't change anything, both phones are still the same, and are still quite good for their respective price ranges.
eshaan, 11 Aug 2009Ok i understand what your saying and about the UI being more responsive i visit the dailymobil... moreI'm not saying 4GB isn't enough for everyone. What I'm saying is that given the tendency that people have for always needing more, having 8GB will be better, even if 4GB are enough for you now.
And of course there's people like myself, which have a music collection of 6GB (and some people think that's small) and 4GB just isn't enough. Besides, you forget that the space is also for videos and pictures, which may or may not have been taken from the phone. Movies, for instance. I have quite a few of them in my mp3/mp4 player. (doesn't really play .mp4 so I call it an mp3 player that can play videos).
About buying additional cards. For that matter, I can go buy an 8MP camera, and a 32GB mp3 player. Ok, they're alot more expensive than a new card, but that's not the point here. The point is, you have to buy it, it doesn't come with the phone.
If you're that opposed to paying for using 3G, why is buying a card acceptable?
Also, GPRS is slower than 3G. You pay for what you get.
mediterranean, 11 Aug 2009well man i have used 5800 foer one week and it was not my cup of tea
i just did not like the... moreThat's reasonable. Though I don't think you'll be satisfied with the 5530 if the 5800's UI didn't please you...
Well, you can always try. We might see some good changes in the near future.
IEatCookiesForBreakf, 11 Aug 2009Countering my question with another one? Why are you avoiding it?
I've used the cookie befo... morewell man i have used 5800 foer one week and it was not my cup of tea
i just did not like the way that sympian os operates a touch phone it need some more emprovements to catchup the other oses like xos and android which i hope 5530 will provide them this is what the thing about and again this is just my openion
IEatCookiesForBreakf, 11 Aug 2009About 3G. Almost everywhere? Are you really sure it's almost everywhere? And is it free in all... moreOk i understand what your saying and about the UI being more responsive i visit the dailymobile forums which is dominated by 5800 users. Attleast 90% of the peopl there have 5800's. So one of them who bought the 5530 and already has the 5800 has reviewd the phone and given extremely detailed reviews.
He says that the UI of the 5530 is definitely better and it is more responsive and the whole phone itself is very quick. And this is also the view of most of the sites who have reviewed this phone already.
Anyway that guy also said that the difference in the 2 phones is minimal so if you want the cheaper option 5530 is definitely better for you.
And well if you have urgent internet work and your not in the wifi spot you can yet easily use GPRS. I have a 6300 right now and all i use is GPRS and that's not so inconvenient and is DEFINITELY cheaper than what 3G is. And my house/building and college where i study have loads of wifi connectivity so that is again not as issue.
And well as for the 5800 getting the new features there s nothing confirmed by nokia yet so one can just speculate.
And yes about the processor being upped. There is again lots of debate over that. One nokia site had stated that the processor is clocked at a higher rate but many people who use the 5800 and have got the latest firmware update do not necessarily agree.
And come on you can't compare 50mb to 4gb. Ipod have their 3rd gen nano which is 4gb and that is immensely popular. 4gb will be enough space and if anyone wants to they can go buy a 8gb card which is quite cheap nowdays anyway. People who buy the 5530 know what their getting into so im sure they don't mind the 4gb
mediterranean, 11 Aug 2009well man stuck to your precious 5800
you are free to have any phone you want but u dont have ... moreCountering my question with another one? Why are you avoiding it?
I've used the cookie before, that's what showcases are for. Am I forcing someone here? I'm not pointing a gun at you. I'm merely pointing out the differences between both devices. If you don't like that, well who cares.
I'm as free to talk about it as you.
And about 3G, like I said, just because your country doesn't have it, doesn't mean other countries don't have it as well. So my point about it being 3G-less is still standing. It might be irrelevant for you and your country, but if you didn't think the world spins around you you'd see that it matters a lot to other people and their respective countries.
I am right when I say having no 3G is a big disadvantage. Whether that applies to your country or not is another completely different matter.
Kabir, 11 Aug 2009well let's cross our fingers then... http://translate.google.com/translate?prev=hp&hl=en&js... moreYeah i have read that. Great review that is. There is no new news/videos up tonight so i am off to sleep now. Hope for good news tomorow!
eshaan, 11 Aug 2009Well sometimes people just might want to buy a cheaper phone and the 5530 gives you that. And ... moreAbout 3G. Almost everywhere? Are you really sure it's almost everywhere? And is it free in all of those places?
Look, the 5800 can also use WIFI. But, when I can't use it, and if I need to, I can use 3G. With the 5530 you are limited to that one option, and if it isn't available, then that's it. And you might think it's not a big deal, I can wait until I get to a WIFI hotspot, etc. But when that happens, you'll think how great it would be if I had 3G.
Trust me on this one, this is the human mind.
About the space. 4GB aren't enough for me. Nor is it enough for a lot of people. My music library isn't all that big, so 8GB is enough (for now). But I can tell you there's a lot of people to whoom 16GB isn't enough for all their songs.
We're not in the age of those 50MB mp3 players. People need space, more is better.
The processor has been upped, I've mentioned it before, tells how much of my posts you've read.
And it's official, so don't bother argumenting against that.
I've also mentioned before, a manager at Nokia said so himself, the 5800 will be getting the scrolling and homescreen of the 5530.
And about the UI being responsive, I'd appreciate you'd cite some source, because I can tell you have a preference for the 5530, so even if both have the same responsivness, you'll subconsciously prefer the 5530. Really, people are like that.
eshaan, 11 Aug 2009Haha thanks :D
But i yet have my doubts over whether it will come by the 17th. This same sh... morewell let's cross our fingers then...
i am reading this review..
IEatCookiesForBreakf, 11 Aug 2009"because i didn't understand most of the stuffs"
I, who understand it, talked about it.
... morewell man stuck to your precious 5800
you are free to have any phone you want but u dont have the right to force other people to your opinion
just before to days you said to me "i think u never had the 5800"well
iwant to say the same thing to u do u own lg cookie
do u have your hands on 5530
and lastly sience i am from middle east i want to say that 90 % of our networks are 2g
IEatCookiesForBreakf, 11 Aug 2009Rumour? It's official. Who hasn't been researching here? http://www.forum.nokia.com/devi... moreplz share your extreme knowlegde with us about this then...explain how a simple firmware update can increase the clock speed just like that!!!