Its party time for the new range of Nokia CSeries with the Nokia C5, an affordable dedicated smartphone for social networking and messaging.
Nokia has chosen not to disclose any new mobile phones at Mobile World Congress 2010 in Barcelona, but this does not mean he has anything in his portfolios. Less than 15 days after the show, now the manufacturer unveiled the first of a new range, the Nokia CSeries, oriented social networks.
The first terminal is the Nokia C5 , overview informally announced earlier this month, which appears as a smartphone of Symbian S60 3rd Edition optimized for easy access to social networks, sharing and messaging.
Everything for community networks
Its strength rests on its home screen showing direct contacts of the user and to stay abreast of the latest updates from Facebook or MySpace address book. Access to social networks, Nokia is quick but do not forget to also put forward its own mobile services like Ovi Mail for mail, within its Nokia Messaging platform.
The smartphone, 3G, has a APN 3.2 megapixels and comes with a 2GB microSD card There are also Ovi Maps browser, besides its patterns and pedestrian route guidance, to share their GPS location with Facebook contacts.
The Nokia C5 can finally enjoy other Nokia services like Ovi Music (in markets where the service is deployed) or Ovi Store, the download portal application that facilitates the customization of the terminal.
The Nokia smartphone is a C5 quad-band GSM / GPRS / EDGE and dualband UMTS / HSPA (900 / 2100) of dimensions 112 x 46 x 12.3 mm for 89 g, with a stainless steel shell, and it has a display of 2.2" with non-touch QVGA resolution (240 x 320 pixels).
It does not have free WiFi connectivity but has Bluetooth 2.0, an A-GPS module and a micro-USB 2.0 port. There is a 3.5 mm AV connector, a stereo speaker and FM radio.
The Nokia C5 should be available in the second quarter of 2010 with prices around Rs. 11635.