Ömer, 18 Jun 2010Anyone can say whats the SAR value of this phone is? 1.34 W/kg (according to sar.nokia.com
Anonymous, 18 Jun 2010could u plz tell me what are the disadvantage of grey market handsetit may be a used handset... with absolutely no warranty
anony mouse , 18 Jun 2010v9 please give your sources (the store's website name)... it seems to be a black market handsetcould u plz tell me what are the disadvantage of grey market handset
anony mouse , 18 Jun 2010v9 please give your sources (the store's website name)... it seems to be a black market handsethey dear its price in grey market only 7200rs
v9, 18 Jun 2010Here in INDIA I inquired the price in a local shop and also saw it on a local store's website.... morev9 please give your sources (the store's website name)... it seems to be a black market handset
i hv experienced two problems with my nokia c5,can any please help why.
1. The phone switches off itself after a few hours i am on web.
2. The time changes itself and gets disturbed
last but not the least i want to knw how should i format my phone and what are the requirements and precautions.
Thank u. Hope to get constructive responses!
Here in INDIA I inquired the price in a local shop and also saw it on a local store's website. The price of C5 seems to be around 12,000 Indian rupees. I donno how it got expensive when i was presuming somewhere near 9k after adding the taxes. It will be in the shops in a week since the shopkeepers under went training for the device recently. Its a good phone with such sleek design and given a good battery backup and life time free navigation . As for wi-fi I am not concerned since i carry an ipod touch which has wi-fi along with my present mobile. But trust me wi-fi is good feature to have but still not the worth on a smaller screen.
Yes It does play mp4 30fps. Very good and reliable phone. MP 3 loudspeaker better and clearer than NK 97 mini. You never regreat buying it.
iORi, 17 Jun 2010I agree Wi-Fi is a MUST!!!my dear wifi is good for college going person whereas for working person it is useless bcoz wifi connectivity not everywhere. 3.5g network far better than wifi in connectivity and coverage. And if ur a smart guy u easily hack ur 3.5g network for free running.
Droopy, 16 Jun 2010Where is the wifi.... I HATE SEEING PHONES WITHOUT WiFi in these times.... WiFi IS A MUST. Tak... morei dont think so..i think gps is a must..this phone is a great phone with great price...
please anyone tell nokia can c5 play 30fps mp4. please answer i reall need to know.
Its Available in Egypt from 3 Months, I have one sicne launch its very useful, durable, camera performance not that wow , clear screen not so small, some how low sound
i think it worth the price but the look is tuff
Anonymous, 15 Jun 2010its coming to india in this month last week....hey all my indian friends nokia c5 now available in india price 7200rs without bill. Go to ur nearby shop it is available now.
Its price amazing much below than se c510
now i want to say that costwise c5 better than c510
This phone would have been perfect with 5 megapixel camera and wi-fi
Where is the wifi.... I HATE SEEING PHONES WITHOUT WiFi in these times.... WiFi IS A MUST. Take off gps but WiFi should be STANDARD.... don't you think so...
Jeesan, 15 Jun 2010Great review! The phone looks very promising. Can someone PLEASE help me with this? - I qu... moreyou opinion is clear , C5 is not a phone that can produce beautifil pics . K800i if all u need are pics and music .
Great review! The phone looks very promising.
Can someone PLEASE help me with this? - I quickly need to buy a phone that takes decent pictures & videos of reasonable quality & plays music well and is within $180. I narrowed my choices to NOKIA C5 and SONY ERICCSON K800i. Which one do you think is the better? Personally I'm a fan of Nokia cause I've been using its handsets since my teenage and its the only brand I've used. But I'm willing to change if Sony Ericsson offers far superior picture quality with that cybershot and Xenon flash. I'd really appreciate any input or suggestions. Thank You!