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    Default Problems of the Nokia 5800

    For those that has the Nokia 5800. We have all heard about the good sides but whats the bad side of this phone?
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    Default Re: Bad side of the Nokia 5800?

    its huge? bad battery? and a early firmware!
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    Default Re: Bad side of the Nokia 5800?

    Quote Originally Posted by Phat^Trance
    its huge? bad battery? and a early firmware!
    Almost as bad as the HTC TOUCH HD though

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    Default Re: Bad side of the Nokia 5800?

    I just want the touch hd because of the screen. I actually have windows mobile. Never liked it and never will
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    I have had this phone for about 2 weeks and I've come across 2 major problems. Firstly I have found that the battery life is not particularly good. I can barely get a full day out of it and I don't believe that I am using it excessively. I use it for a little web browsing over wi-fi and music over the loud speakers and it is down to 1 bar by the end of the day. I've read that other people are getting up to 3 days out of it so I find this very disappointing! Does anyone else have this problem? My second issue with the phone, and probably the one that I find the most concerning is the issue of not being able to hear a person clearly when I'm on a phone call. I've read that other people are also facing this problem. At first I thought it may have been software related and somehow due to the proximity sensor but I'm starting to think that it is hardware related. I've found that if I push the phone really hard against my ear that the problem is solved. My particular phone is also one that has a gap in the top right corner where light escapes. I think that this may have something to do with it. If I put pressure on the gap, and close the gap while I'm on a call, then I can hear the other person ok. So I'm just wondering if other people who have this phone and have the gap in the top right hand corner are also having the problem of the volume level during phone calls. I'm afraid it's a major hardware problem.

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    Default Re: Bad side of the Nokia 5800?

    I dont have that problem. The major problem from this phone is his camera photos. No is very good. All the rest is good.

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    Default Re: Bad side of the Nokia 5800?

    Quote Originally Posted by project8570
    I have had this phone for about 2 weeks and I've come across 2 major problems. Firstly I have found that the battery life is not particularly good. I can barely get a full day out of it and I don't believe that I am using it excessively. I use it for a little web browsing over wi-fi and music over the loud speakers and it is down to 1 bar by the end of the day. I've read that other people are getting up to 3 days out of it so I find this very disappointing! Does anyone else have this problem? My second issue with the phone, and probably the one that I find the most concerning is the issue of not being able to hear a person clearly when I'm on a phone call. I've read that other people are also facing this problem. At first I thought it may have been software related and somehow due to the proximity sensor but I'm starting to think that it is hardware related. I've found that if I push the phone really hard against my ear that the problem is solved. My particular phone is also one that has a gap in the top right corner where light escapes. I think that this may have something to do with it. If I put pressure on the gap, and close the gap while I'm on a call, then I can hear the other person ok. So I'm just wondering if other people who have this phone and have the gap in the top right hand corner are also having the problem of the volume level during phone calls. I'm afraid it's a major hardware problem.
    Sorry for your phone issues.
    1. Have you tryied to do an hardware reset on your phone? It has solved the sound issue for some people.

    2. The batterylife might get better after a while when you charged it a couple of times. Then its of course battery consuming when wifi, bluetooth, 3g and all other goodies is on. But you still want to use your phone and all its hapty features as it was intended. Thats is in first hand why you choosen the phone.

    good luck!

    //Jonas

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    Default Re: Bad side of the Nokia 5800?

    Quote Originally Posted by project8570
    I have had this phone for about 2 weeks and I've come across 2 major problems. Firstly I have found that the battery life is not particularly good. I can barely get a full day out of it and I don't believe that I am using it excessively. I use it for a little web browsing over wi-fi and music over the loud speakers and it is down to 1 bar by the end of the day. I've read that other people are getting up to 3 days out of it so I find this very disappointing! Does anyone else have this problem? My second issue with the phone, and probably the one that I find the most concerning is the issue of not being able to hear a person clearly when I'm on a phone call. I've read that other people are also facing this problem. At first I thought it may have been software related and somehow due to the proximity sensor but I'm starting to think that it is hardware related. I've found that if I push the phone really hard against my ear that the problem is solved. My particular phone is also one that has a gap in the top right corner where light escapes. I think that this may have something to do with it. If I put pressure on the gap, and close the gap while I'm on a call, then I can hear the other person ok. So I'm just wondering if other people who have this phone and have the gap in the top right hand corner are also having the problem of the volume level during phone calls. I'm afraid it's a major hardware problem.
    WIFI sucks the life out of the battery! turn that off and also turn off the 3G network, when i have the 3g network on , on my n95-1 my phone dies after 6 hours (im a very heavy user) but when i use the GSM network the batter last about an half day!
    testing

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    I'ld say the battery too. Not seen any other bad sides yet.

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    how the screen sensitivity?
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