Still slow, problems with wifi speed and dropping connection and no response from Nokia to my email reporting these problems! Not impressed.
yea it was only a minnor issue for me. but still your right we should not have to find solution like that to get it to work. i would recomend that you do a reset just make sure you back up to the cloud. also i brought my mom a nokia 3 and had a fault with the screen also have a nokia 6 that wont update at all so yea am a bit disappointed
Same problem here... SLOW SLOW SLOW... one of these days i waited 1 MINUTE to make a call... Resuming an APP is... a pain :\\\
I don't want to make a RESET! if i do (with google backups on) the restore is made in FULL, with screens, ICON position, apps, etc?
very slow with oreo updates..fix it soon
I don't think nokia is doing something about this!
I've been exposing this problems everywhere so consumers DON'T do the mistake of buying this phone.
I'm in the process of choosing another phone, from another brand, this time with extensive testing in the store, and return this NOKIA 5.
issue is still there nokia 5 cannot use like this
Made a factory RESET, made no difference. Still LAGS, apps freeze, UI sometimes crashes, cannot use this phone.
Prices of actual line of Nokia are falling 50% (discount) on stores everywhere. Seems nokia wants to get rid if them before launching the new line.
Just cleaned out my phone. Deleted Messenger and Facebook that my girlfriend installed.
Now my Nokia works great again.
I always wanted to use Nokia phones as a Finn but couldn’t sacrifice my life to WP. I had high hopes with the new Android-lineup, but this Nokia 5 is intolerable piece of crap. Even the home screen takes about twenty seconds to load after the PIN-code: not only on the start-up but every damn time I turn the screen on (obviously I don’t use any screen locks anymore). The phone is literally unusable.
It is unacceptable that there is no single reply from the company in this thread and that the problem with the Oreo update hasn’t been solved – after nearly half a year after its occurrence.