Is Nokia C5 worth selling a used mobile phone for?
9 June 2010 — 7:03 PM
Those with an attachment to their old handsets could still use mobile phone recycling to pick up the new Nokia C5, which updates the classic mobile format with modern features.
According to Luke Westaway, reviewer for Cnet.com, the device is a cheap, old-school phone in the candybar design, available for free on a £10-per-month T-mobile contract.
Those fed up with BlackBerry's cramped keypads could also revert back to the C5, which features large buttons in the classic alphanumeric style for texting, but also offers GPS, a 3.2-megapixel camera and optimised Twitter and Facebook apps.
"You can find a phone with more features than the Nokia C5 for a similar monthly price. What really makes the C5 stand out, though, is its clear user interface, wonderfully large keys and excellent build quality," the expert said.
The official Nokia blog recently said that Real Football 2010, Nokia Goal and AP 2010 World Cup are currently the three best soccer apps available to soccer enthusiasts on its Ovi store in the run up to the South Africa competition.
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