Looks like the launch of Nokia C5-03 has established the fact that Nokia plans to stay true to its agenda of announcing phones with confusing model numbers. Getting to the point, however the C5 seems to be a pretty impressive stuff, with an inexpensive tag offered for a touchscreen phone powered by Symbian^1 (to be specific; Symbian S60 5th edition).
A simple-to-use phone, the device features a 3.2-inch touch display, Wi-Fi connectivity, assisted GPS coupled with digital compass and Ovi Maps, Mail for Exchange and access to Ovi store. An extended list of multimedia features including a 5-megapixel camera, Music player with 35 hours of music playback, Facebook and upload of videos on YouTube complete the wholesome package.
The two tone colour scheme phone will be available at the end of this quarter at around €170 before taxes or operator subsidies.