Consumers could sell an old mobile to get the Nokia C5
2 March 2010 — 12:00 PM
Mobile recycling could be an option for consumers as the Nokia network has unveiled its latest, feature-packed smartphone.
The Nokia C5 promises to keep users up to speed with all the latest from social networking sites as its phone book provides the latest status updates directly from Facebook.
Friends can also be contacted quickly and easily through the homescreen, which features three favourite friends who can also be messaged on the move via Google Talk or Windows Live Messenger.
The handset also boasts a 3.2-inch megapixel camera and a 2.2-inch screen.
Staying on track might also be made easier as the device comes with free mapping and navigation service Ovi Maps built-in, which could allow users to find their way wherever they are.
Nokia has suggested the handset will be available from the second quarter of this year for a price of around 135 (£122).
The Nokia X6 has recently been made available to customers on 3UK.
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