Nokia C5 causes a "tsunami" of interest
3 March 2010 — 6:10 PM
Mobile phone manufacturer Nokia has rounded up the feedback that its latest handset, the Nokia C5 has received, following its recent unveiling.
Writing on the Nokia Conversation blog, Mike stated that the handset had caused "a tsunami of incoming traffic" relating to information about the device.
He noted that in just over 24 hours the latest release had managed to rack up hundreds of stories across the internet, many of which commented on the value for money that the mid-range phone offered consumers.
Techradar said: "It's like a smartphone, only cheaper The C5 will run Symbian S60 3rd edition, which means it just falls into the category of smartphone."
It added that this, coupled with a "decent feature set", meant good value for money at £120 unsubscribed.
Consumers could wish to consider mobile recycling in order to get their hands on the device and allow their handset to be put to good use in developing nations.
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