The Nokia 5800, one of Nokia’s most popular touch screen models since it was the first touch screen device out of Finland, plus it was super cheap at launch, has just been updated to firmware version 51. The official change log states an improved Mail for Exchange experience, improved video calls, updated web browser, and various performance tweaks.
And the Nokia 5530, the smaller, sexier, less featured cousin of the 5800 that’s even cheaper and may be even more popular, can now be upgraded to firmware version 31. Change log says the browser has been improved, issues with Chinese characters have been resolved, and various other small tweaks.
Remember to back up your data just in case. Both of these devices have UDP (user data preservation) but are you really going to trust your precious contact list and text messages with Nokia’s software updater?
[Via: All About Symbian]