simonwjones said:I saw one of these phones for the first time on Saturday and was very impressed. Ive always used nokia phones for the last 18 years and took a lot to convert me.
Battery life seems good as well
Got my self a free one from Orange as an upgrade
should be here tomorrow
The W800i shipped with similar rubbish... I'm not sure if anyone's bothered, but out of community spirit I thought it's worth mentioning that these are extremely unhealthy for your ears.nickel101 said:they have a rubbery earpiece which you have to jam into you ears.
shark_90 said:There are some problems with K800i bluetooth with RNS-E+bluetooth. Mine seems to put a ? in every phonebook entry for some reason, instead of a space. If you edit it on the phone (delete space, and put it back in) it then displays fine. Odd. And on some days it constantly (and I mean constantly, every two minutes) drops the bluetooth connection in the car. Other days it can work all day faultlessly. Can't understand it!
Really like the phone, and the camera is great. Might go back to my Qtek 8310 though. Only thing that misses is a decent camera.
Blade said:Ok this might sound like a stupid question but I have my reasons...thinking of going for the K800i I already know its a quality phone, is there any way of locking out the messages so other people cant read them ? My V3i has this feature and for reasons I best not go into it's really useful ?