November 25, 2010
May 26, 2010
The firmware v50 update integrates some of the latest version of Nokia’s services like Ovi Maps etc. directly into the firmware, saving some space on C: drive. Apart from this it also brings kinetic scrolling & the new Ovi Sync app, which finally lets you automate synchronization with Ovi Contacts and Ovi Calendar.
April 20, 2010
- New Updated Album Scroll with Alphabet display as Nokia N97.
- Quick Office and get Rihanna pre installed.
- Real Player updated.
October 21, 2009
There is a Nokia Software Updater snapshot:
The following is a Device updates informations:
September 14, 2009
There do not seem to be any significant changes in this firmware, unfortunately. It does not include kinetic scrolling, nor does it include the newer homescreen layout. It also did not fix the homescreen email notification for Nokia Messaging, unfortunately. It seems as though this was a maintenance release, which is unfortunate. It does, actually, include the new Ovi Maps 3.0 interface, which was revealed at Nokia World 2009.
September 11, 2009
The Nokia X6 was recently announced in the Nokia World 2009, It’s a re-branding and re-invention of the XpressMusic range. The Noknok has posted a article to introduce the defferent of Nokia X6 and 5800 XM. The tow phones are both the Flash Lite enabled phones.
Screen: Both the Nokia 5800 and Nokia X6 share a similarity in the size and resolution of screen. Both has a 3.2-inch touchscreen display with 640 x 360 pixels and 16:9 aspect ratios. However, where they differ is that while the Nokia 5800 uses a resistive display, the Nokia X6 is the first capacitive touchscreen to be released by Nokia.
Size & weight: The Nokia 5800 is a great design and one that has been built for the mass-market. Measuring 111 x 52 x 16mm it feels great in the hand and has an overall weight of 109g. In many respects, the Nokia X6 may take many of its initial stylings from the Nokia 5800 but the new design brings with it a slightly slimmer device at 111 x 51 x 14mm but interestingly, it’s actually a little heavier at 122g. A lot of this weight is down to the use of a capacitive touchscreen.
Processor: When it comes to processing power, you’ll find that the Nokia X6 shares the same processor as the Nokia 5800 (and the Nokia N97 and Nokia N97 mini for that matter). This is the ARM 11 CPU, which has a clock speed of 434MHz, so we can expect apps to load as quickly and smoothly as they do on current generation of devices.
Memory: If the Nokia 5800 has one major flaw, then it would be the lack of internal memory, Sure, you can always add 16GB of storage space using the microSD slot – as you’ll be able to do with the Nokia X6. However, with just 81MB of memory for apps and updates, you need to store all your media on memory cards. This won’t be an issue with the Nokia X6 as it packs in a whopping 32GB of internal storage, putting it in the same league as the Nokia N97.
Camera: The Nokia 5800 comes with a pretty smooth camera in the form of a 3.2-Megapixel CCD with Carl Zeiss optics with dual-LED Flash. We’ve found it a great camera for most occasions. However, the Nokia X6 shows its high-end ambitions once again as you’ll find it packs in a 5-Megapixel auto-focus camera with Carl Zeiss optics and dual-LED Flash.
August 10, 2009
Nokia’s Ovi Store is the new generation content discovery channel for over 50 million Nokia devices. Whether accessed on the desktop browser, mobile browser or mobile client application, the Ovi Store delivers a huge range of games, applications, video and personalisation content to Nokia device owners.
July 28, 2009
July 7, 2009
July 1, 2009
“Kero Mobile allows mobile users to access mobile applications, games, media, music, social networking communities, news, sport news, blogs, city information, RSS feeds and more“.