Symbian is going to push out S40 out of all but the most basic phones - the newly leaked Nokia C5 is good evidence of that. With a modest price tag this handset would steer many buyers in Symbian direction.
The Nokia C5 is also the first phone of the Cseries we've seen yet - remember back in July last year when Nokia trademarked Xseries and Cseries? With the Nokia X3 and the Nokia X6 we saw the Xseries - the successors of the XpressMusic lineup - and now it's clear that the Cseries takes over where the "classic" phones left off.
Here are the leaked specs for the Nokia C5 - it's powered by the non-touch Symbian S60 3rd edition FP2, the display is 2.2" QVGA, and the phone sports a 3.2MP camera with autofocus and LED flash, GPS receiver with A-GPS, a microSD card slot to expand the 50MB of built-in memory.
The phone is 3G-enabled with HSDPA and HSUPA for fast Internet access. The Nokia C5 also offers a 3.5mm audio jack and FM radio. Basically, the C5 is like a 3G-capable Nokia 6303 classic with Symbian substituting the aging Series 40.
We'll probably see more of the Nokia C5 at the MWC in Barcelona.
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I love c5, c5 is the kind of phone that everybody should use, bcos it has everything in it, very stronge nice look and just name it.
s40 no need worry get virus,but s60 yes