Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970If this is going to be such a good phone why do so many people want to change it to work more like an iPhone?
= Nokia phail!
we love keeping track of new interaction technologies and this new touchscreen by stantum looks especially promising. engadget shot a hands-on video with it at the mobile world conference. it’s a resistive screen, so it can be used with both fingers and styluses (unlike capacitive screens). it’s sensitive enough that you could use a brush too. the screen supports any number of multitouch points and does pressure sensing based on the size of the detected fingertip. the touch detection is actually more accurate than the screen can display. stantum is hoping mobile manufactures will pick up their input framework for inclusion in new devices. the resistive touchscreen was built to stantum’s specifications (it won’t work with current phones), but they say it wouldn’t be hard to go into mass production.
Anonymous, 27 Feb 2009Don't you mean when I make a ringtone from the extensive collection of vinyl, cassette tape an... morei don't have to convert music to get it on my phone!!
Limewire has it already. drag into my documents, then nokia pc suite. No conversion needed!
Maybe you should learn how things work!
what are the differences between 5800xm and n97 in term of Symbian OSs60v5 .
I'd like to see whether the browser's side to side and vertical scrolling is as responsive as the iPhone.
finland 03-01-09, 28 Feb 2009bad news for nokia 5800: First-run Nokia 5800 XpressMusic handsets have defective speakers!... moreWhy are you posting old info we already know and if you have the 5800 before feb you can get it fixed at Nokia Care center it takes 5 -10 mins stop trying to make excuses it's not working
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970oooooooooooooooook................................... nokia is now really really boring. :P
bad news for nokia 5800:
First-run Nokia 5800 XpressMusic handsets have defective speakers!
No Comments By Will Park on Friday, February 27th, 2009 at 9:51 AM PST
In Announcements, Hottest Hardware, Nokia, Symbian
The Nokia 5800 XpressMusic is now available in the US with North American 3G frequency support (read: AT&T (NYSE: T) 3G support)! Good news for Symbian touchscreen fans with an itch for all things music, to be sure, but there’s something you should know about early-production Nokia (NYSE: NOK) 5800 XpressMusic handsets. According to Nokia, all 5800 XpressMusic cellphones manufactured before February sport defective speakers that will fail after just a few months of use.
The problem, apparently, is rooted in a low-quality component supplier serving up sub-par speaker units to Nokia’s factories. The problem was quickly identified and Nokia moved to not only replace the defective speaker units, but also kicked the garbage-pushing component supplier to the curb. The move has payed off with high-quality speakers now being shipped with all Nokia 5800 XpressMusic handsets. It would stand to reason that the new Nokia 5800 XM NAM is free of the defects that plagued earlier European models.
I like iPhone but I hate Apple! Do you know what I mean?
I like N97 and I love Nokia! Sure you know what I mean!
Yes it is an excellent phone, it is about time from Nokia to release such a remarkable machine to the market.
Anonymous, 27 Feb 2009I only need one ringtone:- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oHg5SJYRHA0You got me man. first time getting rick rolled!
Anonymous, 27 Feb 2009I only need one ringtone:- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oHg5SJYRHA0XD Iphone should be called Itablet cause it's heavy,can't do much,bricks up and puts a hole in your wallet just like when you throw a rock at a window