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Nokia C5-05/04 and C5-06 Symbian Based Phones

Nokia has unveiled two additional Symbian based budget phones coming as cheaper alternatives to a slightly high priced C5-03 sibling. Despite most consumers routing for a cheaper version for the flourished N9 at this point in time, the handset maker seems to have settled for affordable variants to C5-03 smart phone. The new Nokia C5-06 and C5-05 phones have had some of their functionalities and capabilities such as camera and 3G-connectivity downgraded compared to their predecessor C5-03; unlike C5-03 which houses a 5.0-Megapixel digital camera, both Nokia C5-06 and C5-05 have a downgraded 2.0-Megapixel rear camera. In addition to a downgraded camera, the two newcomers do not support 3G networks, they fall under 2G budget feature phones genre. Nokia C5-05 is also referred to as C5-04 for the Canadian market only.

Nokia C5-05 (C5-04 for Canada)
Nokia C5-05 houses a 3.2 inch (640×360 pixels) nHD resistive touch display panel capable of up to 16m colors which is significantly similar to C5-03’s TFT screen. On top of that, both these two handsets come with 40MB internal storage capacity which can be expanded using an external MicroSD card up to 16GB although C5-03 is shipped with a 2GB MicroSD card included. In addition, C5-05 runs on a 600HMz processor and Symbian series 60 operating system just like its predecessor sibling. The main difference separating the two is camera and 3G support though they are closely similar.
Nokia C5-05 (C5-04 for Canada) Features;
  • 3.2 inch (640×360 pixels) nHD resistive touch screen, 16m colors
  • 600MHz processor, 40MB internal storage
  • Symbian Series 60 operating system
  • Supports MicroSD card up to 16GB
Nokia C5-06 Symbian Phone
Nokia C5-06 is pretty much similar to its sibling C5-05/04 featuring a 3.2 inch (640×360 pixels) nHD resistive touch screen, 40MB internal storage capacity, 128MB RAM, 256 ROM and supports a MicroSD card of up to 16GB capacity. Nokia C5-06 houses a 600MHz modest processor and runs on Symbian 60 series operating system just like its sibling.
 Nokia C5-06 Features/Specifications;
  • 600MHz processor, 40MB internal storage, 128MB RAM
  • 3.2 inch (360×640) TFT resistive touch screen
  • 2.0-Megapixel camera (1600×1200 pixels)
  • MicroSD card up to 16GB, FM radio
  • WiFi 802.11b/g/n, Bluetooth
Nokia C5-06 Price in Kenya:
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