The C5 runs Symbian S60 3rd Edition and the music player happily picked up tunes from my micro SD card, all of which are tucked away in folders. It’s a basic feature, but still very refreshing to see and the handset sorted its music library out extremely quickly every time I swapped cards. Internal storage runs to 50MB, and the handset comes with a 2GB micro SD card.
There is a front VGA (640 x 480) camera for two-way video calling which you can also use to shoot stills and video. The main camera, a 3.2Mp shooter with a small LED flash is a bit disappointing. In bright sunlight the camera struggles to capture detail and with no macro mode it is hopeless for close ups. The shots will suffice for e-mail and basic Web use, but not much more. Like with video that’s captured at 640 x 480 and 15 frames a second – it’s passable, but not great.
Must be a southern thing
"Bushy Road pronounced as in mushy (as in peas) rather than bushy (as in trees)."
Aren't both examples pronounced the same way? They are where I come from fella!
Navs & Small Screens are OK
Navigation is not only for cars (where you do need a large screen for comfort). When you're in the tube, or walking around, particularly in an unknown city, it is immensely useful to have online navigation. And with the phone in your hand, the small screen works OK.
Nokia phones and Maps
You should have a usb port, no?
This would mean that you can connect your phone to your pc and download to PC then to phone.
There's a good reason why Nokia is putting maps on all of their phones. (Its called Navteq) ;-P
And of course that's probably one of the most useful apps on a phone outside of using the phone to make calls/text. Now if only they could improve some of their apps...
C5 mobile phone
Siemens once had a C5 mobile phone. http://www.oebl.de/C-Netz/Geraete/Siemens/C5/C5.html