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Nokia C5-03 Unlocked GSM Phone with 5 MP Camera and Ovi Maps Navigation Optimized for AT&T--U.S. Version with Warranty (Graphite Black)
The Nokia C5-03 offers all the features you need to stay connected and entertained. This affordable smart phone offers WLAN connectivity, a 5MP camera and a 3.2" touch screen. Access your favorite contacts with one touch, directly from the home screen. Discover new places and share your location through Facebook. Download the latest apps, themes and more from Ovi Store. And take advantage of voice-guided walk and drive navigation (free from Nokia) with Ovi Maps.80% (15)
Stay connected to the people who matter with the unlocked Nokia C5-03 mobile phone, and keep yourself entertained with apps, music, games, and more. This affordable smartphone also offers Wi-Fi networking for fast access to the Internet over home and business networks as well as hotspots while on the go such as at coffee shops and airports.
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Access your favorite contacts directly from the home screen with just one touch, and use the 5-megapixel camera to snap pics and share them with your friends over social networks, email and instant messaging. Plus, discover new places and share your location through Facebook, and customize your Nokia C5-03 by downloading thousands of apps, games, videos, themes and more from Ovi Store.
You'll stay on track thanks to the integrated GPS with free Ovi Maps Navigation for voice-guided directions, and you can discover and download apps and games via the pre-loaded Ovi Store. Enjoy push e-mail and easy messaging with home screen widgets to help seamlessly set up e-mail, with support for several personal e-mail services (like Gmail, Yahoo!, Hotmail, Ovi Mail and more) along with corporate e-mail (Mail for Exchange).
This unlocked cell phone can be used with a GSM network service provider. It does not come with a SIM card, and it requires that you provide a SIM card for usage with your selected service provider. This phone comes with a full manufacturer's warranty.
Additionally, this phone can be paired with 900/1900 MHz UMTS/HSDPA 3G networks in the United States (as well as 2100 MHz 3G networks found around the world, including in Europe and Asia). When paired with a compatible 3G network, you'll enjoy a high-speed connection offering a variety of feature-rich wireless services--from data connectivity to your office to multimedia streaming, and take advantage of simultaneous voice and data services. In areas not served by a 3G network, you'll continue to receive data service via EDGE network (depending on network compatibility).
Note that the downloading of maps, games, music and videos and uploading of images and videos involves transferring large amounts of data. Your service provider may charge for the data transmission, and the availability of particular services and features may vary by carrier.
Capture special moments with the 5 megapixel camera (see larger image).
Fast 3G connectivity on AT&T with broadband-like speeds via 900/1900/2100 MHz UMTS/HSDPA (with EDGE data connectivity where 3G not available).
Integrated assisted GPS (A-GPS) receiver with free Ovi Maps 3.0 enables you to find your route quickly and easily, whether walking or driving. Use the Walk pedestrian navigation to find your way, or the voice-guided Drive navigation to find the best route. (Learn more)
3.2-inch resistive touchscreen with responsive, tactile feedback (640 x 360 pixels, up to 16 million colors).
Access to Facebook, MySpace, YouTube and other online social networks
Pre-loaded applications including Ovi Store, Amazon widget, Facebook, MySpace (service launcher), Twitter (service launcher), and more.
Document viewer compatible with Office file formats (.doc,, .xls, .ppt) and Adobe Acrobat PDF.
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5-megapixel camera with up to 4x digital zoom, full-screen viewfinder, white balance and color tone effect settings, and automatic location tagging (geotagging).
Video capture capabilities (up to 640 x 480 pixels, 15 fps) with 2x digital zoom, 90-minute maximum length (in High or Normal settings), and white balance settings.
Music player compatible with MP3, AAC, eAAC, eAAC+ and WMA formats
Video player compatible with MPEG-4, 3GPP: H.263 and H.264 formats
Stereo FM radio
Wi-Fi networking (802.11b/g) for accessing home and corporate networks as well as hotspots while on the go.
Bluetooth connectivity (version 2.0) includes profiles for communication headset, hands-free car kits, and the A2DP Bluetooth profile--enabling you to wirelessly stream your music to a pair of compatible Bluetooth stereo headphones or speaker dock.
Included 4 GB microSD card with support for optional cards up to 16 GB.
40 MB internal memory
SMS and MMS messaging with common inbox
Instant messaging via popular services
Supports e-mail accounts from more than a thousand ISPs (SMTP, IMAP4, POP3), as well as Gmail, Yahoo! mail and Hotmail. People who use Microsoft Exchange at work can access their e-mail using the Mail for Exchange mobile e-mail client, which comes pre-loaded (an Exchange e-mail account is required and your Exchange Administrator must have enabled your account for synchronization).
Full web browsing of real web pages with Adobe FlashLite 3.1 support and features including Page Overview (a single tap moves you to any area of the page) and support for RSS/ATOM web feeds and feed articles.
Support for touch-enabled games
Organizer tools including calendar, to-do list, notes, voice recorder, calculator, and clock
Airplane mode allows you to listen to music while the cellular connectivity is turned off
USB port for syncing and charging
3.5mm AV connector
The Nokia C5-03 weighs 3.28 ounces and measures 4.17 x 2.01 x 0.54 inches. Its 1000 mAh lithium-ion battery is rated at up to 4.7 hours of 3G talk time, and up to 588 hours (24.5 days) of standby time. It runs on the 850/900/1800/1900 MHz GSM/GPRS/EDGE frequencies plus the 900/1900/2100 3G frequencies (compatible with AT&T).
What's in the Box
Nokia C5-03 handset, rechargeable battery, charger, stereo headset, connectivity cable, 4 GB microSD card, quick start guide
Free Worldwide Walk and Drive Navigation
Nokia offers its Ovi Maps walk and drive navigation application free across the globe. Drivers receive turn-by-turn voice guidance including lane assistance, traffic information (in 10 countries including the U.S.), and safety camera and speed warnings, while pedestrians will be guided on shortcuts through parks and pedestrian-only zones in over 100 cities across the globe. And unlike other mobile navigation mapping solutions, Ovi Maps works offline--no cellular service is required.
With Ovi Maps for mobile you get for free:
Maps for over 180 countries and free map updates
Drive and Walk navigation available in over 70 countries with real-time voice guidance
My Position enables you to find your current location easier and faster than ever.
New one box search for quicker access to finding places and addresses.
Save your favorite places and routes, then synchronize them with your Ovi account over the air.
Car navigation with voice and visual instructions, lane assistance and speed limit information. Now also with text-to-speech voice guidance.
Pedestrian navigation with routing through pedestrian zones and shortcuts, pathways through parks and buildings, stairways and plazas. Now with text-to-speech voice guidance.
Get real-time weather information including a 5-day forecast, for your current or any location found via search.
Lonely Planet guide.
Lonely Planet and Michelin offer you dynamic access to the best and most relevant editorial travel content for over 1000 destinations. Find thousands of listings for sights, restaurants, hotels, shops, nightlife, and more. Look these places up on the map and get to them with Walk and Drive navigation.
Discover the events happening nearby your location on the map or any place found via search.
Share your location on Facebook--where you are, what you are up to and finish with a photo.
No Hidden Costs
The new version of Ovi Maps comes with all the maps and high-end, car grade navigation features you need for free and is yours to keep for the life of the smartphone. No additional licenses needed for extra countries, regions or services like traffic information or city guides. Data charges from network operators may apply.
Voice Guidance and Traffic Information
Turn-by-turn, voice guided navigation comes free for both drivers and pedestrians. For drivers this includes lane assistance, traffic information, safety camera, and speed warnings. For pedestrians, this includes shortcuts through parks and pedestrian-only zones for over 100 cities around the world as well as 6,000 3D landmarks in over 200 cities to help you find exactly where you are.
Unique Hybrid Technology
Ovi Maps is built on an advanced technology called hybrid vector maps. Vector maps are high quality but less data intensive and allow you to continue to navigate even if you lose your network connection. This means that maps downloaded or updated across a network connection are about half the size of bulky bitmaps used by other mobile map providers. The hybrid technology ensures that, unlike other providers, any downloaded map data is stored on the device for future use.
No Network Connection Required When Navigating
Avoid expensive, battery-draining network connections with Nokia's unique hybrid technology. Maps can be pre-loaded on to your Nokia smartphone so you can set Ovi Maps to offline mode, saving battery power, and the navigation system will still work. This is particularly useful for those worried about data connection costs when travelling abroad or when you are travelling through areas with little or no network coverage.
Best Global Coverage
You take your mobile with you wherever you go in the world so, as standard, voice guided navigation for both pedestrians and drivers is available for 74 countries in 46 different languages and there are maps for over 180 countries. This gives you the best maps with the largest global coverage for free.
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It sounds a bit strange for someone who has uploaded more than 1000 photos on flickr, but: I don't have a camera. I took most of the photos in this stream with a telephone while riding the bike on remote countryside roads, and I never actually wanted to own a camera. But recently the question started nagging me whether it would be better to have one after all. I admit, sometimes I would like to have a wider angle for the landscapes, more flexibility with the exposure and better colours. At the same time my wife gave me an iPhone because she believes it's better than my hopelessly outdated NOKIA. So on my last bike tour I took all three gadgets with me to check which one makes the better photos: A "real" camera (Sony NEX), the iPhone and my old NOKIA. You can compare the products in the comments below. The 3 photos have been taken from the same spot with only a few seconds between them. And this is my verdict: Sony NEX-5: First I thought the real camera is the clear winner and overwhelmingly superior to the phones. But that was because the camera display is better than the phone screens. At home, on the computer screen the camera photos still looked better, but not that much. The sky is a bit bluer, the plants more vivid and the angle is wider. However, the small advantages in photo quality cannot outweigh the 250g of the camera. The mobile doesn't add weight to my luggage at all because I carry a phone with me anyway. And another thing: Frustratingly the camera produced the best results not when I adjusted aperture and speed manually, but when I switched off my brain and turned on the the pre-programmed landscape mode. So you see what a bad photographer I am. I don't deserve a camera. iPhone: The main problem I have with the iPhone is the fiendishly un-intuitive navigation through its menues. I use my mobile phone mainly for writing short messages, taking photos and (believe it or not) making phone calls. The NOKIA is straightforward in all these disciplines. When I turn it into camera mode it becomes a camera and I use it as such. But not the iPhone.The iPhone may be ideal for people who want to play some ultraviolent multi-player shooter games on the internet, but for the simple functions I need it seems I have to learn programming in some obscure assembler code. "I want to have my NOKIA back", that's what I said to my wife. So, dear followers of my stream, you'll still have to cope with the NOKIA for the time being. Not the best photos, I agree, but good enough for my purpose. I never claimed to be a photographer.rural gridlock 5. just how did the driver manage to get that bus in there? and... why?
Take one old character laden high street, add parking bays and a funeral in the local church. Add some fairly trival building renovations and a minor accident. Allow to settle. The hue and cry about preserving footfall in the high street shops is all very fine, and I am symapthetic. But what the local authority refuses to acknoweldge is that people don’t come here precisely because of the traffic annoyance. It’s dangerous for motorists and pedestrians alike. They aren’t about to spend millions on a bypass, and that would kill the place anyway. But investing a few thousand in some planned traffic management would pay-back in business rates and taxation revenue inside a couple of years. As it is, they are more interested in attracting supermarket companies to nearby sea resorts and destroying the character of those places. We already have 4 major and 3 minor supermakets in a 7-mile radius, and at least two of those deliver here anyway. When was the last time you heard someone choose a holiday destination because of the supermarket availability? These idiots are strangling our tourist industry and reducing our economy to third-world standards. Re the safety issue. North Wales Police say they will (eventually) use mobile speed cameras in the area. Excuse me?? Do you see anyone exceeding the speed limit here? Meanwhile there is “no justification” for traffic calming measures like an electronically controlled pedestrian crossing because there haven’t been any fatal addicents YET. That’s right, the criterion for accident prevention measures is, let’s have a fatal accident first. Thinking ahead? No – far too complicated. (I know there was a fatal accident some years back, but as it was very late at night the road was actually quiet at the time – and there were other very specific factors) Not only that. I am fed up having to jump my neighbour’s wall because someone need to drive on the pavement. To help save a little on draughtsman’s fees, I’ll draw up a rough plan for free if they want.
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