^ Upravo je izašla nova verzija firmware za neke Nokia telefone (pa i za E71), kojom se ispravljaju razni bug-ovi i dodaje nova funkcionalnost...
Three Nokia devices - two E-Series devices, the E66 and E71, and the touchscreen-equipped 5800 XpressMusic, have each received new firmware version updates. As is always the case, the new updates aim to make each device more stable. As well as that, features of devices are often improved upon. In the case of the E66 and E71, both devices have received improvements in the Web Browser, camera, calendar, messaging, and VoiP applications. As for the 5800 XpressMusic, input speed, via the touchscreen, has been increased upon, the ability to take several pictures, with theinternal camera, in one go, and Geo-Tagging support. To obtain the new firmware for any of these three devices, you can do so, via Nokia's Software Updater.
Nokia 5800 XpressMusic gets new firmware update
30 March, 2009
Today Nokia released new firmware update for the 5800 XpressMusic. Being quite a major release it brings improvements in a number of areas. According to Nokia it should improve the performance and the user interface as well as add some new applications.
The new firmware version brings in the Mobile Dictionary and Application Update Apps to the Nokia 5800 XpressMusic. The first one offers you voice playback and text-to-speech, supporting 38 languages.
As the name suggests Application Update manages the new updates for your installed apps, making them easy to keep up to date.
The 5800 XpressMusic new firmware revision also brings two new camera features. The first is the burst mode, which allows the primary camera to take multiple photos with a single key press. The second is enabling the secondary camera to take photos. Up until now it could only be used for video-calling.
As usually lots of bug-fixes and performance improvements complete the change log. According to Nokia the 5800 XpressMusic handsets that get the new firmware should have faster user interface and greater download speeds.Considering the enormous popularity of the 5800 XpressMusic it's hardly surprising that Nokia are rushing to fix all those irritating bugs that plague its first S60 full touch handset. Despite some hardware issues it had recently, the handset is selling in volumes, making it quite likely that this is not the last firmware update it will see.