We really have to commend Nokia for coming out with inexpensive phones with features that you won’t expect to get from devices of such worth. Take the case of the new Nokia C5-03, an affordable touchscreen phone which Nokia just launched. Actually, the Nokia C5 looks beautiful and I would pick it up anytime it’s available if only I’m not a huge iPhone fan.
Anyway, if you’re looking for an affordable touchscreen phone which looks pretty good on the outside, the Nokia C5-03 would seem to be a good choice. Yes, it’s beautiful, but does it have the power to deliver the goods? Let’s see – a 3.2-inch touch display, Wi-Fi, a compass and assisted GPS, 5MP camera with 4x digital zoom, customizable homescreen, 40MB of user memory, support for microSD card up to 16GB, and Symbian^1 otherwise known as S60 5th edition touch-edition. Well, yeah – those are decent features enough.
Wait, there are still some more. The Nokia C5 also lets you set-up your webmail account easily as well as option for Mail for Exchange. Or you can do this via the quick setup wizard for Ovi Mail. Speaking of Ovi, the phone also lets you access Ovi Music and Ovi Store. If you’re a Nokia fans, you’d know what you can get from those two Nokia online services.
So, how much does it cost? – Around $240. If you’re keen on getting the Nokia C5-03, you have to wait until the end of this month. If you’re still undecided, check out the video below to help you make a good decision.
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