c5 is an money digest phone as it has all the features reqired by all age groups."c5 is an good and long race athelete or horse" it is fast ,light weight,slim with "cristal clear images and camera" wideing our path by navigation . its an exelent phone.
horrrrrible camera see the reviews on the net . nokia 6600 slide is better
Sorry. It is IBM Lotus Notes Traveller, not IBM Business Notes Traveller. Does Nokia C5 support it?
Can anyone using C5 tell me if IBM business notes traveller application work on it, as it does on Nokia E52, E63 and E72? After all, C5 is a Symbian 60, 3rd edition phone.
anonymouse, 06 Jul 2010C5 as a modem with that speed??!!! WOW!!! what's you rate plan with BSNL????It's BSNL 3G not 2G i.e EDGE/GPRS. To be honest in Hyderabad and parts of downtown Vizag near my office I can get speeds near 2.9mpbs. When I was in Bangalore I got over 3mbps near ITPL.
The prepaid rate for BSNL 3G is 1ps/10kb or you can buy data plans.
abhi, 06 Jul 2010sum 1 plz advice-
better to buy from hotspot or priority ??????i love to buy only from univercell........................... they give insurance too>>>>>>>
any doubt call me
sid, 05 Jul 2010better to buy from hotspot or priority ??????i purchased this mobile from univercell(the mobile expert) in bangalore and its fine............
univercell sell only genuine products...
thank u mobile experts
Nokia c5 is a big disappointment cos i expected much, i got dis phone few weeks back and iv been battling with d problem of power off and u have to power it on again. It does that at least 2ce in 24hr sometimes complain about phone memory low when i av up 40mb unused memory. Now its doesnt even power again. My advice look before u leap cos i av friend facin d same thing
Nokia c5 is a big disappointment cos i expected much, ever i got dis phone few weeks back,iv been battling with d problem of power off and u have to power it on again, sometimes complain about phone memory low when i av up 40mb unused memory. Now its doesnt even power again. My advice look before u leap
rakesh, 05 Jul 2010enabling elf so complicated and require pc or laptop. its not complicated at all,yes it requires pc ,every mobile requires a pc for file transfer.you must have a pc for your c5,because when its corrupted or virus infected ,u need it....i alredy flash my n73 5 times...use kaspersky antivirus for ur mobile ...
yar plz tell which country made is ur cell??
and had u bought it from npd or where and at what cost??
i got the feel of this handset immediately after it's launch... not too impressed with the weight (it's too light as compared to my Nokia 6500s)... guess i'll wait for some hands on reviews... especially from my dear friend rakesh... cheers mate!!!
Are the ones being sold at priority and local dealers the ones made in Hungary? Or are they made in Chennai. I'd rather Hungarian.
Those reporting that Nokia caps it's USB Data Bandwidth are mistaken. The 420kpbs connection prompt you see is just legacy information popup.
On BSNL 3G using the Nokia C5 as a data modem I regularly get upwards of 2Mbps in Vizag.