The Nokia 5800 XpressMusic has received a new firmware v31.008. You can download the update by typing *#0000# from the dialer and then selecting ‘Check for updates’, or if it is not available over-the-air, you can update via the Nokia Software Updater (NSU) on your PC. The new update should be available right now for most product codes, and even though the 5800XM supports User Data Preservation (UDP), we still recommend you make a full back up before updating your device.
The Nokia N-series Blog has published an interesting video, the first in a series of short films by Nokia, named the N-Series Portraits. The portraits offer an insight into different people who use technology in different ways, and how they stay connected to what’s important to them in their daily lives.
Nokia has launched the new MyDailyApp blog, which is designed to review one application everyday from a selection of those available at the Ovi Store. The idea is great as it will bring the applications to the user. The reviews are written by Forum Nokia employees, which is one of the worlds largest mobile developer communities. You can also let them know if you have any ideas or suggestions, or something you would like to see in the future.
The new Nokia N900 and Nokia N97 mini are now up for pre-order over at the Nokia online shop. So for all those who’ve been waiting for something different from Nokia, head over now and place your order. Priced at only £499, the N900 is a definite steal. The N97 mini is also set at a competitive price – at a whole £20 less than it’s big brother, the mini is expected to do very well.