Nokia C5 Smartphone Unveiled

Nokia have unveiled a new smartphone called the Nokia C5. The C5 is the beginning of a new series of phones called the Nokia Cseries that ads to the already available Xseries as well as unannounced phones in the Eseries and Nseries.

The C5 sits right in the middle of the Cseries class and runs the Series 60 3rd Edition symbian operating system. It has a 2.2 inch screen along with a 3.2 megapixel camera. Software wise, it comes pre-installed with Ovi Maps allowing for free navigation in a number of countries around the globe.

New features are included in the Nokia C5 such as the phone book that allows you to see friends Facebook status’ as well as send them messages from the phone book.

The homescreen allows you to put the details of three close friends on the main screen and see what they are up to as well as easy access to message them or call them either by IM, Google Talk or Windows Live Messenger.

The C5 supports microSD cards allowing memory capacity to be increased up to an extra 16GB. A 2GB microSD card is provided when you purchase the phone.

Size wise the phone measures 12mm in thickness while width and height are 46mm and 112mm. The batter provides a fairly good 12 hours of talk time on a single charge.

The phone will launch in Europe in the second quarter costing ‚¬135 before tax or subsidies (ie, it will be quite cheap or probably free on contract).

More details at the Nokia Conversations blog.


  1. mfhamburg says

    Can i go with prepaid card at no additional cost to the Internet?
    with Nokia C5


    Hi! I would like to know the prices of nokia c3 and noikia me71 in Nigeria, please. Thnx.

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