ive bought this phone,so far so gd,better than nokia 6260.this phone is really a bargain,love the slimness!
when X800 coming to my desk, i found the battery need charging rapidly. I don't know how many reviewer has tested this phone
brought 1... come with Bluetooth earpiece.. so far not bad but found ringtone too soft (even go to 5 bar..).
Agree - battery weak. any possible extend phone battery if there is firmware upgrade ?
when ur using this phone at night than get ur self a tourch light n just simple right n i know not every not smart as me but learn from mistakes n correct them into right path n x800 the battery problem n sucks the batts life n 1 hr talking n its a symbian phone n cant play n gage games
just bought 1, but left right soft key,menu,cancel,and 4 navigation key no keypad backlight? is it normal??confuse. i just cant see button those button when using in dark place.anyone can tell me?thanks a lot.
Thanks Benedict, has anyone else got any other opinions to add to this?
it works with english. I use english interface and use t9 chinese for messaging. you could change interface and input language in the phone's settings. it's pretty much the same as nokia 7610 interface.
it's a very good smartphone, slim and light weight. I can icq, check email, read webpages and play ngage games on this phone. the only problem is battery life, I've to charge it everyday.
Hi everyone, this message is for anyone with the phone or anyone who has used it, does it work properly with english and does it have the same themes as the X700, because I'm in the UK and I want this phone (unlocked) so I can use my UK SIM card with it, I hope it will work, what do you people think? Thanks alot :¬)
thanks for the answer, want ask again :)
1. x800 support Real1player???
2. How about SmartMovie???
3. can x800 show picture caller id in external display?
thanks for your attention
I love this phone as well. But after seeing my Friend's NEC N840, I am falling in love with that flip phone instead. I currently have s700i, with 40 channels ringtones, which X800 has. The 64 channels are far better and sound like REAL musics. WOW!
yeah, there are themes for the X800...
and yes, oggplay allows u to use .ogg files as ringtones and message tones...
*note: when i encoded my mp3s to .ogg, it took up about 2mb per song, the phone does have a limited memory space, so does the mini SD card, so forget the idea of having a library of music...
Does anybody know if T-Mobile supports this phone? I like this fone, the features and stuff, and I wan to buy it but I am not sure if my phone company supports this phone. I do not want to call T-Mobile because over 90% of their support people are morons.
hi all...question for x800 owner.
1. is x800 support "themes" like nokia 6600???
2. ogg song can set as incoming or sms ringtone???
you have got to try oggplay out, download the MMF version for ther ver60 symbian OS.
mp3s are first encoded to .ogg den played on oggplay, but there is also a way that allows u to use ur songs as the ringtones!!
haven't personally tried the ringtone part but the playin of music is great!!
furthermore, .ogg has a smaller file size as compared to .mp3 which is a plus point since we dun have HUGE memory space on the phone..
Anyone can help me download free MP3 player to my recently bought x800? Always feel that MP3 player will make this phone perfect.
Do a search for Series 60 UltraMP3 or MP3Go. But both are not freeware. I am personally using UltraMP3 and find that it sounds better than MP3Go. Just my 2 cents....
do you guys know where i can get third party software to play mp3 on the X800...
You do can set specific ringtones as well as photos for individuals. Battery life wise, it was very bad the first day I got it, lasting less than 8 hours on a full charge.
Now, a week later, each full charge can last me about 2 days on my typical usage of around 10 SMS and 20 minutes on the phone daily with maybe about 15 minutes of fiddling around the other stuff such as the organizer, or games.
I am also not sure if this is typical, but I do get 2 pieces of original batteries when I purchased my phone.