Excerpt: It's was the worst phone I've ever had. It has so cheep looks and It doesnt't have good functionality and the battery life was low. And it was very expensive when I bought it then. And also have a lot of crashes.
Pros: Touchscreen, GPS
Cons: Outdated OS, Cheep plastic body, Poor battery performance, No countdown timer, Very bad camera photos, Call Quality
Excerpt: The Nokia 5800 is not so great. Hangs especially when new message is received. Shows memory full, close some allpications even though no applications are open. Even Nokia repair centre colud not solve this software related issues.
Excerpt: This is a great mobile if you want to listen to your music on it as it offers great sound quality and with a removable memory card you can store as much as you like. However I have had no end of problems with mine, having had it nearly a year now.
Summary: After 2 years on this phone, well, it started to fall apart. the red around the edges fell off and the stylus stopped staying in, so i lost it. Quality wise, theres nothing amazing to show off.
A cheap handset with lots of features, but has lots of problems
9 June 2011
Excerpt: Having just recently upgraded my nokia 5800, i can safely say its the best thing i have ever done. The phone is very cheap in terms with the features and specification it provides, however it uses a resistive touch screen, which isnt as sensitive and i constantly found myself 'stabbing' the screen...
Excerpt: I must make it clear, I am a big advocate of Nokia handsets. Every mobile phone I've owned, bar one, was a Nokia and my brief encounter with a handset from another manufacturer only made me realise how much I love the Nokia brand.
This phone is good for music but not as good if you want extra features.
31 May 2011
Excerpt: This phone is great for those who are not too interested in the latest smartphones. For example, those who want the latest Iphone or blackberry will not see this as a close match at all! I've had this phone for over a year now and it's had its ups and downs.