Market Status: Available in India
Updated on:Sep 02, 2015
Release Date: Dec 02, 2010
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Nokia C5-03 (Petrol Blue)
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Nokia C5-03 (A. Grey)
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Nokia has had a tough time coming up with a hugely successful high-end device and instead has taken the path to cheaper and more affordable smartphones for the masses. The Nokia C5-03 finds its place at this exact spot as it fits in the mid-range......
Nokia`s X-Series music phones are about to prove Huey Lewis and The News correct, settling once and for all that it is indeed hip to be square. In 2010, rectangles are out and squares are most definitely in, if Motorola, Microsoft and Nokia have any say in the matter. Between the Microsoft Kin, Moto Flipout and now the Nokia X5, square phones with slide-out keyboards are a pocket-friendly evolution of the humble slider mobile phone. We`re definit...
Pros: Wireless technology : Wi-Fi (802.11b/g),Connectivity : Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, 3G, HSDPA, USB, GPS,
The Nokia X5 is a phone aimed at youngsters. It has a full QWERTY keypad, which should come in handy considering how much these people type, and other interesting features, such as the ability to change tracks by shaking the phone or knowing how many unread messages you have. It also has a 5 megapixel camera with flash, QVGA display, 3G and Wi-Fi. It also runs on Symbian S60 3rd Edition, which means it is a smartphone and you can run multiple app...
Pros: Compact design, comfortable keypad, excellent audio quality
Cons: Bit chubby, earpiece needs to be placed correctly to be heard, average camera, no GPS, no video call camera
Verdict: The Nokia X5 is a phone aimed at youngsters. It has a full QWERTY keypad, which should come in handy considering how much these people type, and other interesting features, such as the ability to change tracks by shaking the phone or knowing how many...
Following on from our favourable look at the Nokia C5-03`s hardware, it`s time to take the latest budget touchscreen and see how well it works as a smartphone. It`s running Symbian^1, with the standard software load, but some love and attention on the......
Verdict: Let`s deal with the elephant in the room first of all, and the use of Symbian^1 (the Operating System formerly known as S60 5th Edition). There is a perfectly logical reason to use the `one step previous` OS and it is this u2013 it`s cheaper....