The Nokia C5-03 is an ill-advised combination of outdated software and under-performing hardware. There are much better mid-range phones available, for less money.
Typical price: £190.00
Your fingers will positively adore the Nokia E5's lush Qwerty keyboard, and its rugged construction and eye-catching design only endear the phone further. These positives are balanced out by a poor screen that's hard to view in sunlight and a below-average camera.
Typical price: £200.00
The Nokia C5 offers a good deal of functionality at a reasonable price. While some other devices may look better on paper, the C5's large buttons and simple interface mean that using this phone is a very pleasant experience indeed
Typical price: £150.00
The Finnish phone maker tumbles as it dips back into the red again. The good news is that Lumia sales are up 25 percent from the fourth quarter.
The Nokia E5 doesn't come with the pizzazz of an Android or iOS device, but will get the job done for calls, text messages and e-mail.
The Nokia C5-03 is an ill-advised combination of outdated software and underperforming hardware. There are much better midrange phones available, for less money.
Nokia has launched another budget C5 series Symbian phone with decent hardware, but is it really good enough to make a splash before Christmas?
Nokia is adding to the day's mobile phone news with the X5 and X6 8GB, a teen-aimed social networking handset and a memory-boosted version of the Nokia X6
The Nokia C3, Nokia C6 and Nokia E5 all have physical keyboards and a focus on keeping us connected to our vast social networks at all times
Nokia presents the C5 -- a candybar mobile phone that brings Symbian app goodness to the simpler budget end of the market. It even has built-in Ovi Maps