Nokia C5 unveiled, Cseries core-range flagship

Nokia C5 unveiled, Cseries core-range flagship

Nokia has just unveiled a new handset called Nokia C5 as the flagship of Nokia’s new Cseries phone besides from Nseries, Xseries and Eseries. The simple looking 12mm thin and 46mm across handset is totally deceiving in a way that it packs smartphone features boasting S60 3rd Edition with built-in messaging and social-networking.

The new Nokia C5 sports a bright 2.2-inch display, 3.2-megapixel camera, 2GB included microSD (support for up to 16GB cards), stereo FM radio and 3.5mm AV connector, Stereo IHF speaker and OVI Maps 3.0 support. C5’s battery life is good for up to 12 hours talktime (GSM) and it’ll stay on standby for a whopping 26 days between charges.

Nokia C5 unveiled, Cseries core-range flagshipNokia C5 unveiled, Cseries core-range flagship
Nokia C5 will be globally available in the 2Q 2010 with MSRP of €135 ($184) in white and warm grey.

Conclusion, the phone seems has a reasonable price for those features and totally good for its mid-range user. Nokia is known for its mid-range phone that seemingly moving from S40 to S60 now. Nokia tells that Cseries is for their core range of products. And right now I’m falling to this sexy looking metallic C5.

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