So Much of features & very little battery 860mah.
What the hell nokia you are doing.
How far will the battery last with so rich features.
this time nokia has symbian for all plan
this smartphone appeal to masses instaed of regular s40 candy bar phones... Finns says go smart
make it a rugged version, add GPS and dual sim. It will be a big hit!
This phone, like the other sexy Nokias will sell like hot cakes - mainly because it offers a lot of features (3.5mm jack, autofocus camera etc) in a practical and attractive form factor. Not to mention the intelligent home screen that the iPhone lacks. This is really where Nokia shine and why they are not going anywhere. If you cannot afford a complicated smart phone, the C5 hits the nail on the head. It would even be worth owning this as a second or backup phone.
saima, 24 Feb 2010kindly tell me abt E63. its good or not bekaz i want 2 buy itE 63 is good phone ,but has a low sound... has good wifi facility... but only good for business persons... bcoz it's is normal just 2mp
gwrsh, 25 Feb 2010When Nokia C5 Will Available in India?
What Cost It Will Be?No news on that, you'll have to wait for the official announcement. Nokia will likely release this to the emergng markets being a C Series device, but little information is known at this time.
@Mobilemaster, it appears the Nokia N87/8 is in fact the successor to the N95 from what I'm being told, the much rumored N98 won't be the N98 or offiially known as that, but is being looked at as the N97 replacement.
only 1 S Series device will be released toward the end of the year, and that the N900's successor running the new MeeGo OS, what we do know is that the QWERTY keyboard will disappear. We can expect to also see two more E Series devices, one of them already known to us as the E73. The other two will be announced shortly we hope.
saima, 24 Feb 2010kindly tell me abt E63. its good or not bekaz i want 2 buy itI don't like those phones, because they are too fat 4 me, the specs are not soo bad, you can see them. If you have more money, choose another Nokia phone. Eg the X6, or the 5800 Xpress Music.
Bill, 23 Feb 2010Hey, competition is a good thing, you are entitled to what you like and we are only human, so ... moreI am happy you accepted me, accepted what I like, but I like Nokia too, I like the old N95 8Gb a lot, I like the N97 too! :)
If I will get some news too, I will post here for you.
Mobilemaster, 23 Feb 2010Thank you for all your infos, I have to tell you something, I am a SE fan, but I like Nokia to... moreHey, competition is a good thing, you are entitled to what you like and we are only human, so we're bound to like different things. I like all brands, I also happen to think that SE build quality is better than Nokias, the best and second to none.
I personally think Nokia/SE and LG make good quality handsets whereas Samsung, Motorola and Apple seemed to have taken a dive with plastic recently.
If there is anymore news on the C Series, rest assured you'll hear it on here or NokNok, one of Nokia's many blogs.
Bill, 23 Feb 2010Hi, the Nokia Erdos is based on the 8800 platform and the S Series is speculated to be compris... moreThank you for all your infos, I have to tell you something, I am a SE fan, but I like Nokia too. :) SO I hope you will be not angry of me. And please share other infos with me, I want to see what kind of phones will announce. I am a Mobilemaster, NOT a SE master. :)
Mobilemaster, 23 Feb 2010But the Erdos is not an 8800 series phone?? I knew it is a luxury phone, not a smartphone. Pro... moreHi, the Nokia Erdos is based on the 8800 platform and the S Series is speculated to be comprised seperately of a luxury segment and feature heavy smartphones which almost equal tablets and netbooks. All we know is that the N900 replacement is likely to be the first one these devices to bare the S Moniker. Just know that a maximum of 2 handsets a year are likely for this range, the N Series will see 4 at the very most. The main focus of the market will be heavily on C, X and to a lesser extent, business class E Series models
There will be more touchscreen N Series devices, in fact, almost all of the range except for the Classic C Series, some E Series and rumored Erdos will be touchscreen orientated. Don't worry about Samsung and SE being ahead in the touchscreen sector, you will see a vast number of changes for the user experience come the 3rd quarter of this year.
Bill, 22 Feb 2010Yes, the N95 successor is expected to retain some sort of slider form, Nokia are teasing us wi... moreBut the Erdos is not an 8800 series phone?? I knew it is a luxury phone, not a smartphone. Probably you know it better than me. :) I am waiting to see the first S class ultra smartphone, and I want to see some N series phones as soon as possible. By the way NOkia has only a few touchscreen phones, they have to produce more, because their rivals, SE, Samsung has a lot of touchscreen phones, and they have more experience.
Mobilemaster, 22 Feb 2010Thank you for all your infos! You are a big Nokia fan.
So we could see slider N series phones... moreYes, the N95 successor is expected to retain some sort of slider form, Nokia are teasing us with a new shape concept but the N Series guarantees it will be a touchscreen device, however the slider is expected to be a totally new concept that will be pretty much 'next generation' hardware we are being told. This is not official information, but we will know more once Nokia go to press and confirms this, thisis pretty much subject to change and the N95 will have likely have a new code name.
As for the S Series, all we know is just on speculation and Nokia need to confirm what was said on here before is true, these specific devices are closer to Tablet/Communicator terroiroty that will be the ultimate mobile computing concepts the original N Series were meant to be. The Nokia Erdos, a luxurious slider form, MAY be one of the rumoured S Class series of Nokia handsets, emphasising on the fact the S Series range are very limited exclusive models (similar to Vertu) and also highly specced tablet/netbook like portable mobile devices with a resolution which equals netbooks and lesser powered laptops (we're talking a range 1024x7??) with rumored specs of 1.3-5 ghz. The camera lens for this exclsive range are to be no less than 10mp. The S Series may be divided into a heavy multimedia business/luxury class. Series S are more than likely to be running Meego or Maemo 6 OS, the models being thrown around are previous incarnations of the series 90 handsets. We do not know where this will place the N900 which runs on Maemo 5, the replacement is also unkown but it is likely to be an S model if a replacement is due.
Bill, 22 Feb 2010Note I also said that the rumored Nokia N98, which isn't an official modelname may be released... moreThank you for all your infos! You are a big Nokia fan.
So we could see slider N series phones, like the N95. It seems good, because many people like slider phones more than touchscreen phones. :) And about S class, they will put probably 64Gb of internal storage right??
Mobilemaster, 22 Feb 2010Thanks for all your infos.
You talked about what phones they will announce next year, or in 2... moreNote I also said that the rumored Nokia N98, which isn't an official modelname may be released toward the end of the year on the new OS.
We will see fewer N Series devices, but Nokia want to rebrand the N Series as competitors to the likes of Android, Windows Phone 7 and IPhone, so these specific series will all be touchscreen enabled with capacititive touch. There will be just one or two N Series models released on the old Symbian 60 platform before we see one more added to the new Symbian ^ 3 portfolio toward the end of the year, which is most likely the unofficial prototype N87/N8 and the N98. The word is that the N95 will likely see a successor running on Symbian ^3 and NOT on the S series as reported earlier, this we are unlikely to see this fall. We are likely to see the N78 successor in different form sometime later in the year
Nokia have and have not denied that the Nokia X10 exists, as well as the long awaited successor to the Nokia 8800, the Erdos, which I am being told is actually being branded as one of the S Series models and NOT the the N95.