Nokia C5-03 Symbian^1 touchscreen phone announced

Nokia today launches “an inexpensive” C5-03 Symbian^1 based touchscreen smartphone, which has a 3.2-inch 640 x 360 resistive panel.


Spec-wise Nokia says “simple to use but covers all of the essentials for modern-day phones”.  C5-03 measures 105.8 mm x 51.0 mm x 13.8 mm (L x W x H) and weighs 93g, has quadband GSM/EDGE and triband WCDMA (900/1900/2100), WiFi, Bluetooth 2.0+EDR, FM radio, a micro USB port, 3.5mm jack, compass and assisted GPS. It comes with up to 40MB of user memory and support for MicroSD cards up to 16GB. The phone has a has a 5-megapixel camera with 4X digital zoom, but no flash. The battery offers up to 11.5 hours talktime, 4.5 hours using 3G and 25 days standby.

Nokia C5-03 White

It is expected to be launched at the end of the year and to cost €170 before taxes.

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