I have called Nokia store in Bashundhara City today, they said it is 12700 in Bangladeshi Taka. Thats about 180 USD.
Mock, 22 May 2010Got the phone yesterday. Nice device except no wifi (I know before hand) and the odd location ... moreI agree lack of WIFI could be an expensive problem if you are abroad. But my experience is that most WIFI Hotspots are secured with a pasword. Well you can go to an internet cafe which is cheaper than roaming data.
Anyway I still will buy the C5, because of it's size and weight and the easy keypads. Is the display good enough to watch streaming video and surf/read text on mobile websites?
Very good phone..just buy it..like the metal cover at the back..easy keypad..sound good..
aac, 21 May 2010Price: Php8,100.00 Store: Cellway Location: SM Manila 7800.00php SM Manila cellway
Got the phone yesterday. Nice device except no wifi (I know before hand) and the odd location of the ON/OFF switch (I didn't know it can be a problem) that can be a problem at time.
For me, having a wifi is an option (coz, I got a unlimited monthly 3G access) but when you have lots of goodies packed into phone like C5, wifi is definitely a must for ad-hoc online access, specially when you are traveling abroad with costly and hungry roaming monster next to you.
Position of ON/OFF switch is a problem. You can never know when you accidentally double pressed the button and OFF the unit. Happened to me twice last night.
Then, there is the back battery cover. I still prefer the slide and clip cover. C5's cover felt unsecured
and tilted slightly upward (near the speaker) because 2 sponges strip placed underneath it.
And yes, display as reviewed earlier, is not bright enough under the sun but that's not a problem (I mean why you want to stand under the hot sun and look at the display, you want to get cooked ?, Okay may be not). Still visible and readable.
Speaker is good (SE phone has better sound quality), although someone out there may have their opinion on the sound issues but I say you want quality, go get yourself a 5kg stereo boom-box lugged it on you shoulder and pump.
I'm not a brand loyalist, but anything powered by a dedicated mobile OS is definitely better than some scaled down PC's OS, and Symbian is good a that.
My second phone (I got E51, still kicking after 3+ yrs). I choose, Nokia because is reliable and durable compare to some bigger names.(you know who). I choose buttons over touch screen, simply you can press them without looking at it. (try navigate a touch screen phone blind folded, you know what I mean).
At MYR620-670 (Malaysia), the phone is affordable and simply worked. For now, I like it.
prosenjit, 20 May 2010hey which colour will be the best???? black or whitei like white :)
Anonymous, 21 May 2010Pls how do i view the files on my memory card card. It seem to be different from every other p... moreits in Applications -> Office - File Mgr. :)
I also had a hard time finding it. haha
Pls how do i view the files on my memory card card. It seem to be different from every other phone I've seen. I've bought the phone but this has always been my challenge.
A helpful answer to this will bring a big relief to me
Anonymous, 20 May 2010Very Good Phone. I buy it today from Bashundhara City, Nokia Store, Dhaka which colour have u bought & hows it?
i m little bit confused...
Very Good Phone. I buy it today from Bashundhara City, Nokia Store, Dhaka
i really wanna buy this phone.. so bad. can anyone please tell me HOW MUCH IS THIS IN THE PHILIPPINES? tnx
I'm concerned about calling messaging n mainly about the battery life...this mobile would replace my 6120c as i see no difference except few additional features n some good stuff...Wifi for me will be useless cuz Office=internet...Home=internet...Laptop=Internet I mean is it necessary to have Wifi in everything even is its not useful? anyways this device is very light but the one i say there in the market was "Made In Chine" and I want "Made in Hungary"if cant get Made In Finland.