Worst phone from the day one I purchased I am facing speaker issue and and always it's need to reset I don't know why this Nokia people are launching such rubbish type of device as well as service people of Bhagalpur are behaving like a rubbish people they even don't to talk properly with customers.
AnonD-697016, 02 Sep 2017Nice mobile! I like it,everyone need the better camera,better camera only I found in nokiaReallly...i am very happy with nokia 5
Nice mobile! I like it,everyone need the better camera,better camera only I found in nokia
AnonD-674801, 02 Aug 2017Samsung, Huawei, Lenovo, Xiaomi, etc... All produce better phones.exellent performance NOKIA 5
Samsung, Huawei, Lenovo, Xiaomi, etc... All produce better phones.
Anonymous, 31 Jul 2017Does Nokia 5 have led notification light?No, the Nokia 5 does not have a LED notification light, nor does it have ambient display.
Anonymous, 23 Jul 2017Reviews on chinese variant alone, or you mixing up reviews of chinese and international variants?Less favourable on the international one - techradar and others weren't so polite.
Good review. And funny. If 5 has better image quality than 6, could this be due to software updates? I'm quite sure Nokia will need some time (years) to make all the image sofware processing right (just remember the transition from Symbian to Windows Phone). Doesn't matter if they use ZEISS optics or anything else, although the adoption of these gives some hope that Nokia will invest the necessary resources.
Nokia, the ex-giant phone maker that fallen by ignored what their costumer want, betrayed by their former CEO. And now, they only make phones with low specs, just equal to J-series of Samsung's. Even, Chinese phone makers can make more phone with better specs in same price range nowadays.
Just not sure they will resurrected.
Anonymous, 28 Jul 2017"...their established naming scheme."
...which is another word for "as confusing as their... moreIt was confusing when Nokia was releasing ton of phones similar to how Samsung does these days. But they used the same scheme for the Lumia too which even though a little confusing worked well.
Now what they are doing is use the same scheme because the major problem they face is that "People are not connecting this Nokia with the Nokia that was connecting people".
AnonD-34062, 26 Jul 2017I don't think Nokia will label any of thier phones "4". Apparently the number 4 resembles a Ch... more.. then use names or precede the numbers with letters.
E. g. The Nokia S-series for snapdragon equipped phones, the Nokia M-series for mediatek equipped phones etc.. djeez that's not difficult now, is it?
Anonymous, 26 Jul 2017No that won't work. Nokia is actually using their established naming scheme. Anyone who owned ... more"...their established naming scheme."
...which is another word for "as confusing as their Symbian naming schemes of years past".
And if these HMD bozo's do their after sales service through Dynafix or worse (solid vision) then they're back in the worst possible way. I think I'll pass. Pitty though as the build quality of that Nokia 6 looked promising.
Would have bought it if i could.
But 7 months of waiting and still asking 250 euros is insane.
Its still not available here.
Got a wileyfox less money more specs
Anonymous, 26 Jul 2017"Nokia 5 review: Numb3r5 don't lie" Actually they do. Nokia is using it's number scheme ... moreNo that won't work. Nokia is actually using their established naming scheme. Anyone who owned a Nokia before can immediately recognise the line up.
Anonymous, 26 Jul 2017"Nokia 5 review: Numb3r5 don't lie" Actually they do. Nokia is using it's number scheme ... moreI don't think Nokia will label any of thier phones "4". Apparently the number 4 resembles a Chinese character for some negative word. Plus, Qualcomm will name thier chips irrespective of other manufacturers' naming scheme. Plus, Nokia may not always use Snapdragon chips in every single one of thier phones. But I do get your logic. It's just not too practical between companies. Maybe if Nokia made thier own chips.
"Nokia 5 review: Numb3r5 don't lie"
Actually they do.
Nokia is using it's number scheme wrong again. Instead of using random numbers to more or less distinguish models/features they could have used it better.
Nokia 2 : model with snapdragon 200-series soc
Nokia 4 : model with snapdragon 400-series soc
Nokia 6 : model with snapdragon 600-series soc
Nokia 8 : model with snapdragon 800-series soc
And use e.g. the Plus and Premium moniker to note bigger screen variants or enhanced featuresets.
So that the e.g. the Nokia 8 would be the snapdragon 835 flagship device with for instance a 5.2" display and the Nokia 8 plus the 5.7" variant.
Just my 2 cents.