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Nokia C5-03 announced, brings full connectivity on the cheap

14 October, 2010 | Read the news | Post your comment
Nokia C5-03 announced, brings full connectivity on the cheap - read the full textThe increasingly complicated Nokia model numbering scheme just received a new entry - meet the Nokia C5-03. It's a Symbian^1 touch phone with 5MP camera, Wi-Fi and GPS and it's really lightweight - it weighs only 93 grams. Nokia C5-03 The Nokia C5-03 runs Symbian^1, which is to say...


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Nokia is so pathetic now some old people at Nokia will make Nokia run out of money Nokia must fired that people. Symbian user need minimum 512MB with minimum 800Mhz processorNokia is so pathetic now some old people at Nokia will make Nokia run of money Nokia must fired that people. Symbian user need minimum 512MB RAM & ROM with minimum 800Mhz processor

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  • 2010-10-16 05:34
  • KhsF

What's with the 128 MB RAM

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  • 2010-10-16 00:34
  • utEj

armv6 processor seems dated, it results in longer loading time, though it has fairly high fps in games

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  • 2010-10-15 16:14
  • u{Q9

> In reply to Ibrahim Ramzat @ 2010-10-15 09:01 from TrkA - click to readNot so similar to 5800. Completely different design. Much thinner, slightly smaller, 600 mHz processor v 434 mHz processor in 5800. Greater battery life etc. This should have been released October last year instead of 5530 but hey, never to late.

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  • 2010-10-15 15:56
  • 2GMV

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2010-10-15 09:48 from ut9n - click to readHow about the E7???

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  • 2010-10-15 15:38
  • 2GMV

The same old grass wallpaper, the same old nokia font, the same old grass theme, man i hate nokia.

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  • 2010-10-15 13:00
  • thg9

Now that is a beautiful girl...

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  • 2010-10-15 12:57
  • Ld72

In the year 2020 Nokia will again put the umpteen slightly modified version of 5800 and nokia fans will gladly say that nokia produces costly mobiles for the mass and is not directed to the high end market, and till now (2020) nokia has not produced any device that can compete in the high end market though it's devices cost similar to the phones in the high end market.

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  • 2010-10-15 09:48
  • ut9n

WTF is this!!! this exactly like the 5800 XM !!!!!!!!
Although Nokia is producing great phones but they still floding the market with a bulk of models. I hate this :X

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  • 2010-10-15 09:01
  • TrkA

Seriously who would buy this? It's just 5800 with a facelift. he camera is still gonna suck as usual. If it ran symbian 3 and had hd video capture, this would be interesting. But meh, symbian 1 is over, I'm replacing my 5530 within weeks, even though I still love it to bits. Vibrant now

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  • 2010-10-15 07:02
  • p7KZ

its niiiiiiceeee.......looks slim and sexy!!!The colors are even better:-)

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  • 2010-10-15 05:51
  • PB8e

All those people out there, be it high end or low end phone.....main purpose is can use for calling and messaging people. It's just a tool someone invented a long long time ago for communication purpose. Free will people, if you think it's good, suit you, go ahead buy it. The power is in you, don't care what people say. Nobody in the world can satisfy everyone. Dot matrix, non-colour phone people are still using, they can still communicate with others.

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  • 2010-10-15 05:25
  • 2@RG

dont really know what nokia is after here but they are somewhat becoming a relic already @_@

turning prehistoric here eh? +_+

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  • 2010-10-15 02:48
  • 9L9{

> In reply to brynn @ 2010-10-14 18:57 from nGEq - click to readFor a "brand new" device like when it first released 5800 (some 5 years AFTER Motorola released its first Symbian 3G touchscreen phone), did it really take the almighty brand 18 months to develop the "sister" phones like 5230/5530?

This company loves to release a high end device, then take out this (i.e. one without 3G but with wifi, one with 3G but no wifi, and eventually one without both 3G and wifi!?) that and make dozens of so called variations, instead of lower the price of the initial product.

The purpose of such marketing strategy is to "bomb" the media and shops with "so called" new models all the time. In the end most of these phones weren't sold out when the new models are released, then the old models would go to landfills in order to sustain the prices of the new phones.

Someone called the almighty brand being the greenest, but I simply don't see how....

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  • 2010-10-15 02:18
  • Er2M

> In reply to Savor @ 2010-10-15 01:15 from FJT2 - click to readu dont seem to understand that this is not directed at the high end market.....

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  • 2010-10-15 01:56
  • 4Atr

Another pointless release by Nokia. Please, just stick to the low-end market that you made millions out of. Only the N9 looks decent and only because of Meego which will lack the stability and polish once released. Nokia is now releasing a bunch of crappy phones w/ resistive screens and outdated software for the budget conscious.

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  • 2010-10-15 01:15
  • FJT2

idk why some people presecuting nokia. They make pnone for the mass not like that 'dart vader iripoff' and android??? What is that??? Most people dont know what it is and dont wana buy new stuff, if u wana buy phone buy nokia, thats it!!!

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  • 2010-10-15 01:10
  • Kx1w

won't set the world alight but nokia will have a good seller here with decent features at a good price

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  • 2010-10-14 23:40
  • sm@3

> In reply to Matt @ 2010-10-14 19:59 from p8hr - click to readwell said buddy, exactly the reason why i dont buy expensive phones with less than mediocre features for the price *cough cough* iphone.

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  • 2010-10-14 20:44
  • 4Atr

I think it's great that the majority of people here really think that they always need a 1GB Snapdragon processor, 8GB internal memory etc... start thinking, it's a low/midprice touchscreen phone which is doing it's job. if you really believe that apple, se, samsung are better then.... well go on and believe what their marketing departments are trying you to understand. that you have a need you didn't know you had.

i think it's a nice standard phone with a reliable os. if you want cheap android.. fair enough go fore the rubbish wildfire or sony ericsson woth android 1.6, if that is progress then i don't know. and apple.., well they are busy ripping you off with a one modell phone which and don't leave you a choice whether or not you want a low spec or a fully fleshed smartphone.

nokia will survive since they're is more substance than with apple which is some kind of fashion and will die soon once consumers realise what an arrogant company that is

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  • 2010-10-14 19:59
  • p8hr

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