Nokia X5 officially announced, goes to China

Nokia X5 officially announced, goes to China
Since Nokia decided to change its naming convention and start new phone series like X and C, we've been eager to meet their new phones, which would hopefully reflect the change in a certain way. So after the manufacturer introduced the classic bar-style Nokia C5 in the beginning of March, Nokia now announced its upcoming availability with China Mobile as well. However, in addition to the C5, the company also officially announced the previously rumored Nokia X5, again for China Mobile, but we can expect that a European version will also be released at some point.

The Nokia X5 is well feature-packed with a 2.4-inch QVGA screen, 5MP camera with dual-LED flash and video capture at VGA resolution and 30fps, GPS, 3.5mm jack and the Symbian S60 3rd Edition operating system with support for Mobile Market - Ovi Store.

The Nokia X5 will be available in China in Q2, while the C5 should arrive in Q3.

Expect our review of the Nokia C5-00 soon!

Nokia C5-00 Specifications

source: Nokia



1. ellistiu911

Posts: 30; Member since: Jul 18, 2009

that's one ugly great great great grandson of the 5700 XM. . . urgh hate the design. . . looks like some cheap fake of n78. . . urgh. . even the toy like 5310 looks better . . (and I hated the design of the 5310)

2. zerglisk

Posts: 544; Member since: Feb 09, 2010

I think this phone is WAY toooo beginner phone.. haha.. it looks like Nokia did not even spend much money on designing the look too. I do not think I will want one even if it was free. If at least this phone has a great physical design, it would be a nice mp3 and quick camera phone.

3. manjunath unregistered

Can i knw wen d Nokia X5 is gng to release in INDIA

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