Nokia's C5 Is Its First Cseries Device
Updated: added radio details
Today Nokia unveiled the C5, its first phone bearing the new Cseries naming convention. The C5 is a candybar phone with quad-band GSM/EDGE and dual-band 900/2100 HSPA. It runs S60 3rd Edition and also has GPS and Bluetooth 2.0. The C5 has a 3.2 megapixel camera with flash, a 2.2-inch display, and includes the latest version of Nokia's Messaging service (supporting Google Talk and Windows Live Messenger). Nokia says that the C5 has a new phone book that integrates with Facebook where users can see their friends' status updates directly from Facebook. The home screen also borrows some elements of S60 5th Edition, and places three contacts directly on the home screen for quick access. The C5 supports miroSD cards up to 16GB (boxed with 2GB card), has an FM radio and a 3.5m audio/video out jack. Nokia said the C5 will be avaialble in European and Asian markets during the second quarter for about $182.