FS, 03 Mar 2010Of Course a rubbish phone. Nokia's C series stands for cheapWell, kudos to Nokia for offering an amazing looking, well speced PHONE at an affordable price. But if you're keen on spending for spending's sake, you can easily get less for more bucks.
Exactly the specifications that I like! PLEASE BRING THIS TO UNITED STATES, Nokia! Are guys listening to us? I repeat, Please release this unit to United States! Millions of Nokia fans in the US don't like touchscreen crap smartphones. It is a fact! I don't like WiFi in my cellphone. My laptop is more than enough for those functions.
might get it when it comes out the features r aright and it luks SLICK!!!
Anonymous, 03 Mar 2010E52 or any other E series phone can not be compared with this one. This phone is all about soc... morebut if u get extra battery (nearly double), same social networking features lk fb twitter, etc & a slim & classier phone as e52 with wifi, U simply dont hv any good reason to buy this.
No WiFi is just by-design, intended to force you to pay for data services from your mobile provider, whereas you might be enjoying free WiFi hotspots. Conspiracy Theory!!
I will buy this phone, simply the best.
Dimension is very comfortable in my pocket. Camera has 3.2 Mpx, autofocus, that is enough for me. GPS sometimes will usefull for check location on traveling. Numeric pad; I'm so comfort use phone on one hand.
Hopely 3rd parties application already soon like ; all Lonely Cats Games, all Handy & Finanz.
Its specs are almost identical to those of Nokia 6730 classic. But the price will be probably lower than that of 6730. I wonder how will be the quality of build of the new C 5.
Wow, looks a nice phone. But does not have a wi-fi, which is a BIG disadvantage.
Well it seems like a balanced phone. Everything you expect from a Simple Cell Phone. Specifications are strong. All is available except WLAN. Acceptable. 99.9% GOOD PHONE.
D13, 03 Mar 2010under dimension what does (cc) mean is got to do something with the Volume or what is the standar volume unit, not the international unit.
(cc) means CUBIC CENTIMETERS, also c^3
is the 3D space that the mobile uses
First, it looks cool and I like the AMS and RSS features. They are my favorite tools. NO WIFI? well, I'll pass
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Nokia C5 is Free of PVC, free of brominated & chlorinated compounds and free of antimony trioxide as defined in the Nokia Substance List. All materials of the device can be recovered as materials and energy. Made of renewable, up to 60 % recycled material. 100 % recyclable, reduced compact package size
According to environmental organization Greenpeace, Nokia has a good track record in limiting the amount of toxic chemicals & its products, supporting recycling, and reducing impact on climate change, compared to other market leaders in the electronics industry. In the 14th Greenpeace Guide to Greener Electronics, Nokia stays in first place with a total score of 7.3/10.
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I don't know why gsm arena lesser rating for this phone. But my personnal feeling is that it is best value for money. Except touch screen it offers a lot... gps, ovi where in you download lots app, 3.2Mp camera, FM and a good musicplayer, 3G, stero speakers [most of phone of this range has mono only] and 3.5mm jack where in u can fit all ur conventional headphone. expandable upto 16GB memory card slot [has 2GB card with kit]. MP4/3GPP video player.... Facebook, YouTube, Flickr, MySpace apps is impressive... all the required social networking stuff...Document viewer (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, PDF)...Video/Photo editors.. organizer etc.... and it come for around €135(£122) i.e around Rs 8000-8500 in India... This is good value for money indeed...
This is the phone!!! It has all I needed... Quadband,strong battery life,GPS and camera. And should be not so pricy...Of course it doesn't have a Wi-Fi but agree that it wasn't born to be a smartphone...
under dimension what does (cc) mean is got to do something with the Volume or what