Nokia will launch the C5 smartphone in the second quarter of 2010. The Nokia C5 is a smartphone that fits into the Nokia Classic series, now known as the Nokia Cseries.
The C5 runs the 3rd edition of the S60 operating system from Symbian. It has a 2.2-inch screen and a 3.2Mp camera.
Nokia C5 ‘Classic’ smartphone
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The Nokia C5 allows you to view and update Facebook status updates as well as share your GPS location using the Nokia Ovi maps service.
The C5 will be bundled with a 2GB microSD memory card, and is able to accommodate cards up to 16GB capacity.
Social networking on the Nokia C5
The homescreen of the Nokia C5 can be set to display information about your three favourite contacts from your phone book. This will allow you to keep an eye on their social network updates, contact them quickly and review your communication history.
Music files and FM radio on the C5 can be played back over the integrated speaker or through a pair of headphones connected through the 3.5mm socket.
Nokia says that the C5 will cost €135. UK prices and availability will be announced nearer the handset’s launch.
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