Tuesday, 15 June 2010

Nokia Unveils the C-Series with the Nokia C5 Phone

True to the rumor that has been going around the past few days, Nokia indeed has a new series of mobile phones, the C-Series. And to kick off, the new Nokia C5 was just launched. The Nokia C5 is another smartphone which optimized for social networking and sharing. It provides direct access to favorite contacts as well as Facebook status updates on its homescreen.

The Nokia C5 also supports MySpace, various instant messaging tools and email accounts through its Ovi Mail service. But of course other email clients are also supported by the Nokia C5. The phone also features a 3.2 megapixel camera, a 2GB memory card, assisted navigation, location sharing, web browsing and applications that can be purchase from the Nokia Ovi Store.

This phone runs on S60 3rd edition mobile OS and also boasts of a bright 2.2-inch display. It also has a built-in stereo FM radio, 3.5mm AV connector, and stereo IHF speaker.

Design-wise, the Nokia C5 sports asmall form factor with just over 12mm and 46mm across. It provides up to 12 hours talktime and standby time of up to 26 days.

The Nokia C5 is slated for a 2nd quarter 2010 release and will be available in white and warm gray. It will have an estimated price of around 135 Euro.

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