Nokia C5-03 Review: A Decent Touch Screen Phone

Nokia is having a difficult time in the high end smartphone market. The problem is not really much with the phones themselves, just Nokia's stubborn refusal to deviate from its Symbian platform. Symbian is the workhorse that powers all Nokia mobile phones including the Symbian 40 and Java phones. Nokia is still the market leader having a substantial market share in a fiercely competitive market. Furthermore, Nokia makes excellent hardware and has an array of cell phone models on offer.

The Nokia C5-03 is the newest offering from the Nokia stable. The C5-03 is a mid-range smartphone powered by Symbian 60 5th edition OS. It is a touch screen phone and is crammed with features. It has a quad band GSM along with a triband UMTS radio. The phone also features a respectable 5mp camera, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, FM radio, and GPS navigation.

The Nokia C5-03 is available in 4 colors (Black, Green, Blue, Gray) and sports average build quality. If and when you are looking for Nokia C5-03 deals don't ignore to specify your color of choice. The device has a 3.2 inch screen having a resolution of 360 by 640 pixels. The screen has visibility issues under direct sunlight even when the screen is set on maximum brightness. At the bottom of the screen are three physical buttons for call, menu, and abort features.

The Nokia C5-03 has a shiny surface and is practically a fingerprint magnet. It has a 1000mAh battery and is powered by an ARM 600 Mhz processor with 128MB RAM to boot. The interface is effective and the os supports multitasking. Nokia has additionally revamped its Ovi app store, you can find wide range of interesting apps there. Many preinstalled apps are available as part of Nokia C5-03 deals.

The conventional multimedia features are more than sufficient and also the inbuilt internet browser has support for flash. Nokia offers free GPS navigation; the GPS app also supports turn by turn directions. Overall, the C5-03 is a nice decent phone, and an excellent option for those people who are looking for nice mobile phone deals, however the Symbian OS could be a deal breaker for some.


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