This I have to see. Please post a pic of you and the pink phone. I'm sure you will pull it off. Hope it resolves your battery and gps issue a well.
Ouchh. If you've only recently got the phone, then i've heard you'll get the most out of your battery after a few charge cycles so you could try doing that. If that doesn't work then there seems to be a problem with the battery/phone..
cjlim, i'll try to do so if i find the time
replaced the phone finally, also managed to keep the battery from my old model after handing it back in, result, 2 batteries.
Noticed a couple of things too. The build quality is significantly better, and the interface (although the same firmware) is smoother. Instead of the white earphones that came pre-bundled, they're now black for some reason.
Since I have these 2 batteries, i think i'll decide to use both of them and see if the battery meter problem is either caused by the phone, or the battery..
Nice move with the battery.
Surprised that there is a significant difference in build quality and performance of the two phones even though they have the firmware. Have they both got the same network branding?
They're both unlocked and unbranded.
Even though its more accurate, the first bar still lasts a lot longer than the rest..
Okay, I tested what some people said with my 5530, I charged him only when the phone said "low battery". Guess I'll never do that anymore. The day after I charged him, the battery meter still showed the same number of bars. I used Wi-Fi for 30 mins or so and turned him off by mistake. I'm actually happy I did that because it was only showing 3 bars anymore after restarting and I had to go away an hour and a half later (happy that he charges fast). I really don't understand why the battery meter is even more inaccurate when I charge him "as it should" than if I charge him at 2/3 bars and I seriously don't like it.
You can also use the Ovi Suite for that..
the best thing to do is install the app called device info. that will acuurately tell you your battery level