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Nokia takes C5, adds Wi-Fi, GPS

Touchphone tweaked

Business security measures using SSL

Nokia has rolled out a revision of its C5 budget touchscreen phone, this one with Wi-Fi, a digital compass and GPS, the Finnish phone giant said.

The 3G-capable C5-03 also sports a 5Mp camera and a Micro SD slot for storage cards of up to 16GB in capacity. The display is a 3.2in job.

Nokia C5-03

It runs Symbian^1, the mobile phone OS formerly known as S60 5th Edition Touch Edtion. You can see why they changed it...

The C5-3 goes on sale at the end of the year for a Sim-free price of around €170 (£149) before tax. ®

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