New Nokia C5 with 5 MP and 256MB RAM – What are the differences between Nokia C5 old?

30. June 2011 at 15:12

Just on this week, Nokia silently unveiled a new version of Nokia C5-00 packing some new features and upgrading some selected hardware specs.

Get New Email App for Nokia (Symbian S60v3)

31. December 2010 at 15:01

E72 Shortcut KeysNokia has recently released the new email app for S60v3 devices. It is said to bring new experience with Yahoo!, Gmail, Hotmail and other email network. The lists of devices that gets the update are listed below. Most of S60 3rd editions are listed but other devices that runs on this os are not listed. But you could just check it too.

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Nokia C5-03 Symbian^1 Touch device launched by Nokia today

14. October 2010 at 09:43

Nokia C5Nokia is back, just last week they announced that they were commencing shipments of the Nokia C7, now Nokia today launches the latest C5 device, an inexpensive touchscreen smartphone with a couple of neat features that may well pique your interest if you want a new device that’s simple to use but covers all of the essentials for modern-day phones. What’s new with the C5-03? Find out more and feast your eyes on the pictures after the break.

The device has a 3.2-inch touch display and now features Wi-Fi, for fast internet access without the need or expense of a data plan. It also features a compass and assisted GPS for use with the latest version of the free Ovi Maps hands-free navigation service, now featuring public transport support and location sharing through social networks. Like many recent Nokias, you can put your most important contacts directly onto the homescreen so you can call, message or chat them up in just two taps. The C5 has a 5-megapixel camera with 4X digital zoom, but no flash.

Nokia C5 Review

2. August 2010 at 08:55

What is that? A phone without a touchscreen? Is that 2010? Many user haven’t had a simple standard phone since 2008. Without a doubt, a touchscreen is convenient, cool and so futuristic. However, there is still a market for devices without a sensitive screen. With the Nokia C5, Nokia have released a handy smartphone in a candybar design, dedicated to the people which want to be connected with the ones who matter the them, Nokia said.

Nokia C5 – it sounds like a baby toy (almost)

9. July 2010 at 08:14

Overall the Nokia C5 is a quite decent phone – handy, built in GPS and solid. However, after a few minutes of using it I noticed a rustle when shaking the C5 a little bit. After I checked whether the aluminium battery cover sits tight, I figured out, that the microSD slot on the right long edge is causing this ratteling. As I do have a final unit, I am a little bit disappointed, especially after my first thoughts were pretty positive. Playback the video and listen: