Nokia C5 Smartphone
The new C series by Nokia aims to bring Symbian Smartphone’s to the masses with its first incarnation the Nokia C5. The company state that this mobile phone is optimised for social networking whilst retaining the functions of a Smartphone, all in a handy candy bar styled device.
The Nokia C5 features a 2.2 inch TFT display, 3G connectivity and a 3.2 megapixel camera. Aimed at the mid-range market, the C5 does not include Wi-Fi connectivity, but does feature a full blown multimedia player and 3.5mm headphone socket, a document viewer and GPS with Ovi Maps 3.0.
The C5 also boasts a microSD card slot for storing data and a secondary video call camera mounted on the front as well as easy access to social media sites such as Facebook, Flickr and YouTube.
The device itself is quite small, measuring 112 x 56 x 12.3 and weighs just 89.3 grams, which makes a change for the normally bulky Smartphone’s we are used to.
Whether this new series of Nokia mobile phones will take the market but storm is anyone’s guess, but the Nokia C5 will be released sometime between April and June this year and will retail for around £120.