Last week, Nokia announced Cseries, which will include a new range of mobile devices from Nokia. The first child of the new Cseries is the recently announced smartphone Nokia C5. The new Cseries ads to the already available Xseries and the upcoming unannounced models form the Eseries and the Nseries.
The Nokia C5 is a average smartphone which will be powered by the famous and over used Series 60 3rd Edition Symbian Mobile Operating System. It will feature a 2.2 inch screen with a 3.2 megapixel camera. It will also have pre installed Ovi Maps which will allow you free navigation in various coutries arounf the world. However, there are a few new changes to the Series 60 3rd Edition Symbian Operating System which makes it potential to have a customers in today’s competitive market. A brilliant feature of the Nokia C5 is that the phone book allows users to see the Facebook status’ of their friends and also enables users to send Facebook messages via the phone book. Also, the homescreen allows users to show details of three close friends, you can know what they are up to, call them or message them with ease via Google Talk, IM or Windows Live Messenger. The Nokia C5 supports microSD cards which can go up to 16GB and a 2GB microSD card will be provided to all users on purchase.
The Nokia C5 is 12mm thick 46mm wide and 112mm in height. The battery fairs out to a good 12 hours of talk time per charge. The phone will be available in the second quarter in Europe and will cost €135 without taxes!