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December 20, 2010

Nokia C5-03 review, Price, pictures, Details, model specifications


Dimensions

  • Size: 105.8 x 51 x 13.8 mm
  • Weight (with battery): 93 g
  • Volume: 65 cc
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Display and user interface
  • Screen size: 3.2″
  • Resolution: 640 x 360 (nHD)
  • Up to 16 million colours
  • Resistive touch-screen display
Keys and input methods
  • Home key
  • Send, end and power keys
  • Volume key
  • Push lock key and single-tap lock (on display)
  • Touch screen with QWERTY and stylus support
Colours
  • Available colours:
    • Graphite black / Graphite black
    • Graphite black / Lime green
    • Graphite black / Petrol blue
    • Graphite black/ Aluminum gray
    • White/ Lilac
    • White/ Aluminum gray
  • Colour availability varies by country

    Personalisation
    • Customisable home screen:
      • themes
      • icons
      • shortcuts
      • menu
    • Customisable profiles
    • Ringtones: mp3, AAC and 64-tone polyphonic
    • Video ringtones
    • Themes
      • wallpapers
      • ringtones
      • pre-installed themes
Dimensions
  • Size: 105.8 x 51 x 13.8 mm
  • Weight (with battery): 93 g
  • Volume: 65 cc

Product dimensions

Display and user interface
  • Screen size: 3.2″
  • Resolution: 640 x 360 (nHD)
  • Up to 16 million colours
  • Resistive touch-screen display
Keys and input methods
  • Home key
  • Send, end and power keys
  • Volume key
  • Push lock key and single-tap lock (on display)
  • Touch screen with QWERTY and stylus support
Colours
  • Available colours:
    • Graphite black / Graphite black
    • Graphite black / Lime green
    • Graphite black / Petrol blue
    • Graphite black/ Aluminum gray
    • White/ Lilac
    • White/ Aluminum gray
  • Colour availability varies by country

    Personalisation
    • Customisable home screen:
      • themes
      • icons
      • shortcuts
      • menu
    • Customisable profiles
    • Ringtones: mp3, AAC and 64-tone polyphonic
    • Video ringtones
    • Themes
      • wallpapers
      • ringtones
      • pre-installed themes

Power Management
  • BL-4U 1000 mAh battery
  • Talk time:
    • 2G network: 11.5 hours
    • 3G network: 4.7 hours
  • Standby time:
    • 2G network: 25 days
    • 3G network: 24.5 days
  • Music playback: 35 hours (19.5 hours with Bluetooth headset)
  • Video playback: 7.5 hours (MPEG-4/nHD)

Operation times may vary depending on radio access technology used, operator network configuration and usage.

Memory
  • Internal memory: 40 MB
  • MicroSD memory card slot, hot swappable, up to 16 GB
Operating frequency
  • Quad band GSM 850/900/1800/1900
  • WCDMA 900/1900/2100
  • Automatic switching between GSM bands
  • Offline mode
Data network
  • GPRS/EDGE class B, multislot class 32, maximum speed 296 kpbs downlink/177.6 kbps uplink
  • HSDPA category 9, maximum speed up to 10.2 Mbps
  • HSUPA category 5, maximum speed up to 2 Mbps

Requires data service. Data services may not be available in all networks. Data transmission speeds may be as high as 10.2 Mbps, but may vary based upon network capabilities and other conditions. The establishment and continuation of a data connection depends on network availability, provider support and signal strength.

Connectivity
  • Stereo Bluetooth version 2.0 with Enhanced Data Rate
  • High-Speed USB 2.0 (micro USB connector)
  • USB charging
  • 3.5 mm AV connector
  • SIM connector
Software platform & user interface
  • Symbian OS S60 5th Edition
  • Firmware update over the air (FOTA)
  • Speech codecs: HR, FR, EFR, NB-AMR
  • Voice commands
  • Software updates
Applications
  • Unified editor for:
    • Email (SMTP, IMAP4, POP3)
  • Calendar, Contacts, Notes, Phone switch, Recorder, Dictionary, Calculator, Converter.
  • Mail For Exchange
  • Office tools:
    • QuickOffice Reader – view email attachments: .doc, .xls, .ppt, .pdf
  • Internet browser
  • MusicPlayer
  • Ovi Store
  • Podcasting
  • Shazam
  • Ovi Store, Ovi Maps, Ovi Suite, Ovi Contacts, Ovi Sync, MyNokia
  • Amazon (Widget)
  • Image Editor
  • RealPlayer
  • Youtube (Service launcher)
  • Web Search
  • Social networking:
    • Facebook (Application)
    • Hi5 (Service launcher)
    • MySpace (Service launcher)
    • Friendster (Service launcher)
    • Twitter (Service launcher)
    • Orkut (Service launcher)

* Some services may be available only via downloading or upgrading.

Personal Information Management (PIM)
  • Detailed contact information
  • Calendar
  • To-do list
  • Notes
  • Voice recorder
  • Calculator
  • Clock
  • Support for MS Outlook synchronisation of contacts, calendar and notes
Email and messaging
  • Easy-to-use email client
  • Ovi Mail – free email account from Nokia
  • Nokia Messaging for email

* Some services may be available only by downloading or upgrading. Only devices that offer compatible multimedia message or email features can receive and display multimedia messages. Content appearance may vary. Some images and ringtones cannot be forwarded.

Call management
  • Contacts: advanced contacts database with support for multiple phone and email details per entry and thumbnail pictures
  • Speed dialling
  • Logs of dialled, received and missed calls
  • Integrated handsfree speakers
  • Top contacts widget
  • Conference calling
Browsing and internet
  • Full web browsing of real web pages
  • Web browsing with touch control
    • Browser also capable of viewing operator domain XHTML Mobile Profile (MP) content.
  • Support for video streaming
  • Adobe FlashLite 3.1 support
  • JavaTM MIDP 2.0 support
  • Access to Facebook, MySpace, YouTube and other online social networks
  • Ovi Store for application downloads
  • Support for streaming video
  • Panning the web page both vertically and horizontally using the touch-enabled scroll-bars
  • Interacting with hyperlinks, buttons and other active elements on the page.
  • Interacting with form elements on the web page. These include select lists, radio buttons, check boxes, input fields, and form submit and reset buttons.
  • A new touch-specific toolbar with access to common functions, including entering web addresses/URLs.
  • Fast navigation using the Page Overview feature. A single tap moves the user to any area of the page.
  • Activating menu items, toolbar buttons, soft-keys and other standard S60 UI elements.
  • Interacting with browser plug-ins.
  • Opening and navigating the list of bookmarks.
  • Managing and viewing RSS/ATOM web feeds and feed articles.
  • JavaScript events related to the page and elements on the page.
GPS and navigation
  • Integrated A-GPS receiver
  • Integrated Digital Compass
  • Ovi Maps 3.0 pre-installed
  • Ovi Maps with free lifetime navigation licence
  • Accelerometer for correct orientation of display

* Free navigation is for the lifetime of the phone. Downloading of maps, games, music and videos, and uploading of images and videos may involve transferring large amounts of data. Your service provider may charge for the data transmission. The availability of particular products, services and features may vary by region. Please check with your local Nokia dealer for further details and availability of language options. These specifications are subject to change without notice.

Camera
  • 5 megapixel camera
  • Zoom up to 4x (digital)
  • Fullscreen viewfinder
Other
  • 40 MB internal memory, up to 16 GB additional memory with microSD card
  • High-Speed USB 2.0 connectivity
  • Bluetooth 2.0 EDR wireless connectivity

Image capture

  • Image rotation (in the image editing mode or by changing the mode from portrait to landscape)
  • Self-timer: picture is captured after 3, 5 or 10 seconds
  • White balance and colour tone effect settings
  • Upload photos via Flickr or Bluetooth
  • Automatic location tagging (Geotagging) of images and videos
  • Cover Flow change photos with finger motio
Video camera
  • Video resolution: 640×480, 15fps
  • Email normal quality: 320×240, 15fps
  • Sharing quality: 176×144, 15fps,
  • Video clip length: Maximal clip length is 90 mins (High or Normal quality) or limited to MMS size
    • Note: Clip length depends on available memory
  • White balance: Automatic, Sunny, Cloudy, Incandescent, Fluorescent
  • Colour tone: Normal, sepia, black & white, vivid, negative
  • Scene: Automatic, Low light mode, Night
  • Digital zoom: 2x
Video codecs & formats
  • MPEG-4 for video capture
  • Video file format: .mp4 (default), .3gp (for MMS
Video sharing and playback
  • MPEG-4, 3GPP: H.263 and H.264 codecs
  • Enhanced video centre: central hub for video experiences
  • Access to last-played video and easy resume
  • My videos: collection of stored videos
  • Access to Internet Videos, compatible with RSS feeds, and video podcasts, with direct wireless updates and downloads
  • Video directory to discover new Internet Videos
  • Support for download, streaming, and progressive download
  • Support for Flash video
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Music features
  • Stereo Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR support
  • Stereo FM radio
  • Shazam
  • Music codecs: .mp3, AAC, eAAC, eAAC+ and WMA
  • Equaliser
  • Bit rate up to 256 kbps
  • DRM support WMDRM10, OMA DRM 2.1 +F81
Games
  • Use the touch interface to play games
  • Climate Mission game preloaded
  • Download more games from Ovi Store

*Preloaded games may vary by sales region.

Energy efficiency
  • Power Save mode, unplug charger reminder, High Efficiency Charger AC-8 / AC-15
Eco content and services
  • Eco zone via Download!/Ovi store, eco bookmarks, content and personalisation, eco tips in tutorial maps for route optimisation and pedestrian navigation
Materials
  • Free of PVC, free of nickel on the product surface, free of brominated and chlorinated compounds, and free of antimony trioxide as defined in the Nokia Substance List
Recycling
  • All materials of the device can be recovered as materials and energy
  • Device is up to 80% recyclable
Packaging
  • Made of renewable, up to 52 % recycled material. 100% recyclable, reduced compact package size
User manual
  • Black and white printing, eco tips on Green Page
Standard Sales Package
  • Nokia C5-03
  • Nokia Battery BL-4U
  • Nokia Travel Charger AC-8 / AC-15
  • Nokia Stereo Headset WH-102
  • Nokia Connectivity Cable CA-101D
  • Nokia 2 GB microSD Card MU-37
  • User guide
  • Service Leaflet

The structure of the Ovi Store client is simple. It’s a list with the name and logo of each app (or podcast, or whatever), the category it’s in (Entertainment, Utilities, etc), price and a star rating out of three.

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The structure of the Ovi Store client is simple. It’s a list with the name and logo of each app (or podcast, or whatever), the category it’s in (Entertainment, Utilities, etc), price and a star rating out of three.

GPS navigation is remarkable

The Nokia C5-03 comes with a built-in GPS receiver and just like the one in 5800 XpressMusic it is a highly sensitive unit indeed.

The relatively large high-resolution screen sounds like a serious premise for reasonable use as a dedicated navigation unit. The C5-03 comes with Ovi Maps 3.0 preinstalled. It offers extensive map coverage and some extra features such as traffic information or city guides for free.

When touchscreen became affordable its popularity skyrocketed – affordable smartphones are all the rage now. The Nokia C5-03 is the result of both these trends and while it borrows a lot from the C6-01 in terms of design, its pricing is a good deal lower.

Designed for a lower price bracket than its Symbian^3 lookalike, the Nokia C5-03 has some of its specs taken down a notch.

The Nokia C5-03 is a grandson of the best-selling Nokia 5800 XpressMusic and though it might be the last hurrah for Symbian^1 (or Symbian S60 as old-timers call it) it tries to deliver the same level of satisfaction on the bang for buck meter.

Key features

  • Quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE support
  • Tri-band 3G with 10.2 Mbps HSDPA and 2 Mbps HSUPA support
  • 3.2″ 16M-color TFT LCD resistive touchscreen of 640 x 360 pixel resolution
  • 5 megapixel fixed-focus camera and VGA video @ 15fps recording; geotagging
  • Symbian S60 OS
  • 600 MHz ARM 11 CPU and 128 MB RAM
  • Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g; UPnP
  • GPS receiver with A-GPS support and free lifetime voice-guided navigation; free city guides and traffic information
  • Digital compass
  • 40MB on-board storage, microSD expandable up to 16GB; 2GB card included
  • Built-in accelerometer
  • Standard 3.5 mm audio jack
  • Stereo FM Radio with RDS
  • microUSB port (charging)
  • Flash and Java support in the web browser
  • Stereo Bluetooth 2.0
  • Very good audio quality
  • Voice commands

Main disadvantages

  • Symbian S60 hasn’t aged well
  • Relatively limited 3rd party software availability
  • Screen has poor viewing angles and behaves badly in the sun
  • The camera is a fixed-focus unit with no flash, shutter key or lens protection
  • No office document editing (without a paid upgrade); No PDF viewer
  • No proximity and ambient light sensors
  • No DivX or XviD video support out of the box
  • No video-call camera
  • No smart dialing

The C5-03 is a very eco-friendly gadget – 80% of the phone body is recyclable, while half of the packaging comes from recycled material (and all of it is recyclable in turn).

It’s a low-price phone with some high-speed connectivity with 10.2Mbps HSDPA and 2Mbps HSUPA. The C5-03 also packs the fastest CPU available on a Nokia S60 device – at 600MHz the old but efficient Symbian just flies.

The free voice-guided navigation is the single biggest advantage of Symbian-powered Nokias, one that is still unmatched by any other brand or platform. The Nokia C5-03 is a trusty SatNav unit, which will work anywhere in the world and free of charge – you can download all the maps you need (won’t cost you a thing) and Ovi Maps don’t need a data connection to work.

Navigate to the next page for a tour of the Nokia C5-03 hardware – but first, we make a stop at the retail box and the 360-degree showroom.

User interface

It’s S60 5th ticking inside the Nokia C5-03 and Symbian on touchscreen is no news for many of you. It’s been a long list of phones since the 5800 XpressMusic and quite a number of software updates. Luckily, the Nokia C5-03 takes advantage of the latest improvements.

Here is our C5-03 user interface video for a warm-up.

Kinetic scrolling is one of the things that took some time to get right on Nokia touch phones. In the C5-03 however, it is available almost throughout the user interface – from file and web browsers through gallery to contacts and even the main menu. Finger scrolling has been improved as well.

S60 5th is in essence a direct translation of D-pad and soft-key action into touch. Although it has its benefits, the result is hardly the most fluent and intuitive touchscreen interface there is. Accessing items across the interface is nothing like any other touch platform we’ve tried. On the other hand, the soft-keys work just fine and perhaps even enhance usability compared to other touch phones.

So, the user experience with S60 5th is a mixed bag and what you think of it will entirely depend on your background. If you know your way around S60, you’ll be quite at home with the C5-03 interface. But if you come from an alternative touchscreen platform you’ll find yourself climbing a fairly steep learning curve.

Opening an item in some of the listed submenus still requires not one, but two presses – one to select, and another one to confirm the action. Now that’s something that you don’t normally see in other touch phones.

You get used to it with time, but the main issue here is that the interface logic is different when you deal with icons instead of lists. When the opened menu uses icons to represent items as opposed to lists, then a single click usually does the job.

At least kinetic scrolling will make you feel way more comfortable than those first 5800 XpressMusic users.

Homescreen: we’ve been there

The main menu structure leaves no doubt you’re on Symbian turf. Icons are set in a 3 x 4 grid or a list that you can freely reorder. Screen orientation can be set to change automatically thanks to the accelerometer.

The status icons on the Nokia C5-03 are located on top of the homescreen, along with the calendar and the clock. A single press on the clock starts the clock application (which is only a click away from setting up an alarm) while tapping on the date opens a drop-down menu where you can either launch the calendar application or change the currently active profile.

The Contacts bar follows right beneath the status icons. Each contact is represented by the contact photo and their first name – and it’s possible to have three contacts displayed at a time but the list is scrollable to left and right.

Selecting a contact from the Contact bar brings up a screen with contact info (different from what you get if you select the contact from the Contacts list). It has the contact photo, name and phone number.

Further down is an area that shows the communication history for that contact – both calls and messages. And finally, at the bottom there are the top two lines from the contact’s RSS feed.

Under the Contacts bar, it’s pretty much standard Active Standby but with fewer slots. The Wi-Fi manager is there as well – the Nokia C5-03 is WLAN enabled. Search and Email setup are available, along with email notification showing the number of unread messages, sender and subject.

The blank area beneath is reserved for the music player and radio mini apps – they get displayed when either is left playing in the background.

At the very bottom of the homescreen is the custom Shortcuts bar. Both the Contacts and the Shortcuts bars are optional and can be hidden.

A Symbian-style phonebook

The Nokia C5-03 phonebook has virtually unlimited capacity and its functionality is certainly among the best out there. The Nokia C5-03 contacts list has kinetic scrolling enabled and it’s among the better examples to find on a Nokia touch phone.

Contacts can be freely ordered by first or last name and you can also set whether the contacts from the SIM card, the phone memory and the service numbers will get displayed.

Ovi Store

Browsing the Ovi Store, you can choose between several sections – Applications, Games, Audio and Video content, Personalization, Recommended and of course, My Stuff, which keeps track of the apps you’ve already installed.

Telephony is fine, lacks smart dialing though

Voice quality is good on both ends of calls, the earpiece sound is crisp and there were no reception problems whatsoever.

The only real downside is the still missing smart dialing functionality. Some may argue it’s not as essential on a touchscreen but most of the competition has it duly covered. Not to mention WinMo devices have a very elaborate smart dial system that even searches in your Calls log for numbers that are not in your contacts list.

Image gallery is slo-o-ow

The gallery of Nokia C5-03 is nicely touch optimized and there are sweep gestures enabled for flipping through photos displayed fullscreen.

You can sort images by date, title or size and you can also copy, move and delete them. Sending them via Bluetooth, email, MMS or sharing them online is also available straight from here.

The gallery’s problem is speed. Loading a picture takes a couple of seconds even for small images. If you have a large number of photos it might take ages before the thumbnails are generated. Zooming and panning are not that much faster either. On the other hand, kinetic scrolling has been vastly improved. The real nuisance though is that photos in a folder require a double tap to display – one to select, another to open.

Music player remains untouched

The Nokia C5-03 music player is pretty functional but its design could use a little freshening up – it hasn’t changed since we first saw it in the Nokia 5800 XpressMusic. With user friendliness such a key aspect of full touch phones, it would be nice from Nokia to add some fun to the mix.

Your music library is automatically sorted by artist, album, genre and or composer and searching tracks by gradual typing is available. You can also create your own playlists in no time.

The process of adding tracks to the library is as simple as choosing the refresh option. You won’t need to do that if you upload the music via the proprietary PC Suite application. With the huge number of supported formats you will hardly ever come across an audio file that the phone can’t handle.

Album art is also supported and if you don’t like the default sound of the device you can enhance it by applying one of the five equalizer presets. And if they’re still not enough you can set new ones up in a matter of seconds.

Quite naturally, the player can also be minimized to play in background. However, if you haven’t set the Music Player to appear on the standby screen, you will have no way to control it. Your only option would be to go back to the full music player app using the Task manager.

Video player: back to basics

To begin with, a 3.2-inch screen is not the best thing to watch videos on. The lack of DivX and XviD codec support on the Nokia C5-03 doesn’t help either.

Of course, you can use the Ovi PC Suite built-in application that automatically converts all kinds of video files to the format and resolution your phone supports. The automatic converter though seems to compress the videos too much, even at the highest quality setting, and they look over-pixelated but so far it’s the easiest way of getting compatible video content to your handset.

The video player itself only works in fullscreen landscape mode but, since anything else would have made the widescreen display useless, this is understandable. When in fullscreen, a tap on the screen shows the controls which are normally hidden.

Using the RealPlayer, you can not only watch the videos saved in the phone’s memory or in the memory card but also to stream Internet video content.

FM radio with RDS

The FM radio on Nokia C5-03 has a neat and simple interface and can automatically scan and save the available stations in your area. It also has RDS support and automatic scanning for an alternative frequency. This means that if you’re on the go, the C5-03 should take care of staying tuned to your selected radio station.

Audio output – quiet but perfectly clean

We haven’t seen a Nokia handset to disappoint in terms of audio quality for a while now and we are glad that the C5-03 didn’t break the tradition. The handset isn’t particularly loud but it more than makes up for that with spotlessly clean audio output.

Indeed, when used with an active external amplifier the Nokia C5-03 manages to pull off a spectacular performance, getting excellent scores all over the place. There is really nothing about it that doesn’t match the best on the market.

Of course there is some deterioration when headphones are plugged but that’s mostly detectable in lab conditions. Stereo crosstalk worsened, but still remained pretty respectable (we’ve seen handsets score less without headphones) and intermodulation distortion appeared, but we doubt those will be actually detectable in real life scenarios.

So-so fixed-focus camera

The Nokia C5-03 is equipped with a 5 megapixel camera for a maximum image resolution of 2592 x 1944 pixels. It has neither autofocus nor LED flash. And there is no lens protection either. This means that the glass covering the lens is prone to finger smudges and perhaps occasional scratches.

The C5-03 is not a cameraphone by any means, it’s what you use when you’ve forgotten your point and shoot camera.

As far as settings go, the camera on the C5-03 offers several scene presets, one of which is user defined. There’s limited control over light sensitivity (it has low, medium, high and auto settings) as well as some control over sharpness and contrast.

The rest of the settings include self-timer (2, 10, 20 seconds), sharpness, exposure, contrast, color tone and white balance control.

The image quality is below the best of the 5MP range but still, the Nokia C5-03 produces some usable photos. The contrast and color rendering are good and the amount of captured detail is decent. However, the produced images are quite noisy which, combined with the sharpening algorithm, produces jagged edges. The noise reduction algorithm also has a tendency to smear out areas of low contrast.

The major missing feature – autofocus – becomes apparent when you try taking a macro shot. Anything closer than 50cm is a no-go.

Photo quality comparison

We’ve also added the Nokia C5-03 to the database of our Photo Compare Tool. The Tool’s page has a quick how to guide and also what to look for.

Poor VGA videos

Video recording is definitely the worse part of the Nokia C5-03 imaging skills. The phone can shoot VGA at 13fps. In other words, videos shot with the C5-03 camcoder are only good for MMS.

Great connectivity

The Nokia C5-03 offers a quite wide range of connectivity options. Unlike the cheaper Nokia 523x family or the 5530 XpressMusic and the 5250, the C5-03 has it all: from 3G and Wi-Fi to GPS.

You have GPRS, EDGE and 3G with HSDPA (10.2Mbps) at your disposal. The GSM/EDGE network support of course comes in quad-band flavor and the 3G is tri-band – 900/1900/2100 MHz.

Local connectivity is handled by Wi-Fi b/g and Bluetooth 2.0 with A2DP and a microUSB port. You can hook up the C5-03 to a computer in several modes – PC Suite, Mass storage, Image transfer and Media transfer. Luckily, this time USB charging via the USB port is possible.

A 3.5mm audio jack is also onboard and you’ll have no problems switching to your favorite headphones.

The Nokia C5-03 has nearly 80MB internal storage (less than 40MB of then are free), expandable via a microSD slot. A 2GB card is included in the retail box but you’re likely to need more.

A capable web browser

The S60 web browser is decently usable, especially now that is also offers kinetic scrolling. There is still quite a lot of work to do before it is able to rival the best in class. The Android and iPhone browsers are miles ahead in terms of user-friendliness.

The Nokia C5-03 browser has very good page rendering and boasts some nice features such as different font sizes (5 options), auto filling of web forms and a password manager.

The built-in RSS reader will handle your feeds, while the download manager keeps things in order. There’s also a popup blocker, but no open-in-a-new-window option.

A minimap is available for finding your way around elaborate pages and the Find on page feature is welcome. The visual history is a nice bonus that can help you easily find a page you’ve visited.

And now we get to Flash support. There is Flash support and it’s way better that it was back on the X6. The YouTube videos we’ve tested did well with almost no dropped frames, but the loading time was excruciating. Unfortunately the small screen and resolution won’t allow you to fit the whole YouTube screen in there.

Another upgrade over the X6 web browser is the better kinetic scrolling. It now works fine and manages to catch up with most of its competitors.

Double tapping on a block of text zooms it in on screen, but again, the zooming routine treats the whole page as an image and the browser doesn’t refit the paragraph text to fill the screen properly (the so-called text-reflow). As a result, when you zoom in you still need to scroll sideways to read it.

Organizer and apps

The S60 5th edition organizer is pretty well stocked although its applications are already in need of refreshment – especially on a touchscreen. Some of the apps are starting to look boring and dated, having had the same interface for over 3 years now.

The developers are still hesitant to put the touch input of Nokia C5-03 to some good use and maybe add some cool new features. They have only gone as far as to touch-optimize the S60 3rd edition apps.

The calendar has four different view modes – monthly, weekly, daily and a to-do list, which allows you to check all your To-Do entries regardless of their date. There are four types of events available for setting up: Meeting, Memo, Anniversary and To-do. Each event has unique fields of its own, and some of them allow an alarm to be activated at a preset time to act as a reminder.

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