Although the C5 is styled like the classic bare-bones mobile phones of a few years ago, which had basic features for calling and texting, it also contains some of the latest innovations in the mobile market.
According to Luke Westaway, technology expert for Cnet.com, the phone has “wonderfully” large keys for easily sending text messages the old-fashioned way, but also features GPS, high-quality video capture and Twitter and Facebook apps.
“The C5 is the first Nokia handset we’ve seen in a while to feature an industry-standard 3.5mm headphone socket. This means you’ll be able to plug in your own set of headphones,” he added.
Football fans could also download the AP 2010 World Cup app that was released last week, which allows users to get the latest information and news about the competition to their handset.
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Posted by Sarah James