In Ayala Cebu PH, there's one shop in The Maze that's selling the phone for PHP15,890 cash / PHP16,690 credit. Metal Grey Aluminium only.
Anonymous, 16 Aug 2009It is a really good phone, I'm liking it more and more.
My only gripe is with the screen. N... moreYou don't know what you are saying.
Nokia screens are lovely.
I have a E51 and when I compared a photo on the E51's display compared to a Blackberry Pearl's display, the Blackberry owner was shocked to see the vast difference on my 19.7 million colour display compared to their 65k display.
Which one has better camera? E52 or 5800?
I know 5800 its CarlZeis, but has anyone tested both mobile's camera to give me a better opinion?
Anonymous, 15 Aug 2009I've had the phone for a day now and am generally happy with it.
It hasn't blown me away, e... moreyou are a strange guy, when web browsing is important for you and you buy an e52...
double tap 0 and you have your new line.
you can disable auto key lock or you can set an amount of tie of your choice. there is no limitation!
if you do not know what you are writing about, then stop it!
Anonymous, 17 Aug 2009Eventually everything will go touchscreen as they will become much more sensitive, intuitive a... moreOf course, technology doesn't usually age well.
I'd like to see an intuitive and hassle-free touch screen equivalent to a hardware keypad, but I imagine it'll be quite some time until then.
I personally believe the qVGA screen should remain a standard for the rest of Symbian S60's lifetime.
Nokia should base their next OS around a higher resolution display.
I think we're headed towards ultra-portable PCs with the ability to make calls, rather than a feature-packed phone.
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970Does the iPhone have a 'sense of humour' app?...
What is it with you American's? Nice country, but the majority of people there are socially and emotionally retarded.
Anonymous, 17 Aug 2009I'm not sure I'd be all too thrilled about a resolution revamp, in the sense that a lot of Sym... moreEventually everything will go touchscreen as they will become much more sensitive, intuitive and hassle free to use.
Then QVGA screens - and the very form factor of phones like the E52 - will be as dated as the Startac!
I think it was relatively obvious even towards the end of the 90s that phones would eventually be getting hard drives and touch screens. Eventually phones would have large storage capacities (memory cards, not hard drives - th next development will be SSD's) and would do away with physical buttons.
I think the next step will be roll-out/foldable (OLED) screens and possibly even holographic displays, which will happen in unison with superior battery life.
The next big market will be lithium development, as the world pushes for green technologies now we have removed our economies from the base of oil, which was destroying the environment.
The financial meltdown was planned for this very reason. It was no coincidence.
With car manufacturers now spending billions on the development of 'clean' lithium battery technology as they restructure for a changing and environmentally aware world, this will surely help out the market for postable devices, which will have a direct impact on how far you can push the bracket with digital technology.
That is, advancements in technology are linked directly to the efficient supply of energy...
Does the 600MHz processor compensate at all for the lack of a 3D accelerator?
Anonymous, 16 Aug 2009I mean that they can create screens that are physically the same size, say 2.4", yet contain m... moreI'm not sure I'd be all too thrilled about a resolution revamp, in the sense that a lot of Symbian apps wouldn't be displayed properly...
But I guess it's inevitable, they can't stick to qVGA forever... For now, however, I'm fine with qVGA on a 2.4" screen.
Interested Buyer, 17 Aug 2009I'm defintiely buying this phone.. but Lithium Polymer? For all I know Li-Poly batteries are v... moreI'm sure some cheap knock off battery might explode, but come on, do you honestly think the EU and US would pass safe a device which could blow a chunk out of your leg?
This isn't North Korea.
Devices like this have to pass stringent safety tests, with the manufacturer even more concerned about safety as they have shareholders and bottom lines to look after and don't really want to pay out millions in compensation or even more doing a product recall.
Li-Po probably used to be unstable, but I think times have changed a bit now and these batteries are now very safe and now used more and more in portable devices as they are superior (and lighter) compared to their Li-Ion alternatives.
Case in point is the Sony PS3 controller. Used by millions across the world now for several years. Regularly charged/discharged then hundreds of millions of times and how often have you heard of one exploding and/or causing even a minor injury to someone.
I think it's time to take that tin foil hat off...
Anonymous, 17 Aug 2009I'm pretty sure it's a legal requirement for camera phones to have the fake shutter sound, in ... moreHa ha
It's funny, but true. At least here in the UK!
Not that it's enforced...
vla-do, 16 Aug 2009I didn't find option to disable sound of camera, so I think it's can't.I'm pretty sure it's a legal requirement for camera phones to have the fake shutter sound, in an attempt to stop people from perving on their unsuspecting victims.
I'm defintiely buying this phone.. but Lithium Polymer? For all I know Li-Poly batteries are very powerful but dangerous as well and needs special care due to it's explosive nature. used in RC's but on a celphone sounds like a minibomb in my pocket. (search utube and find lotsa videos of kids tryin to explode their li-poly bats. fun) ^_^
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970Really?
I'm looking for this phone here in my location in Alabang.. I already browse apparent malls around..
where did you find the unit? i'm really want to have one..
There's no protection for the microUSB slot. Can't this situation be a problem?
Jade, 16 Aug 2009U mean that the devices of nokia have less pixels u mean ? i have understood it so
its int... moreI mean that they can create screens that are physically the same size, say 2.4", yet contain more pixels within that given space.
This will mean text and images are "smoothed" and not as jaggedy as there will be more pixels to anti-aliase (or smooth) the edges.
As I said, case in point is with Samsung and HTC - they produce screens which are physically the same size as Nokia, yet they manage to fit more pixels within the TFT/LED screen than Nokia, meaning better resolution and ultimately, better screen.