Nokia has released a major firmware update for the Nokia C5. The Nokia C5 is a mid-range S60v3 device from the Finnish giant which is powered by a 600 MHz ARM11 processor. The new firmware update for the C5 is numbered v61.005 and brings in boot loads of changes.
Here is the change-log from A2Phone :
- – memory leak is detected in during SRIT test round.
- – themes: The first theme in General theme menu is applied automatically after open theme from Settings.
- – Browser crashes after loading VF Germany Homepage
- – Nokia C5-00: C5 The default input is set strokes then changed into Pinyin automatically
- – RM-627_01_(3G), Cert non-pass: TC 188.8.131.52 (34.121) FDD2.
- – C5-00 mp3 song volume a bit lower
- – IHF speaker volume is lower after flashing with SW version 32.010
- – Voice quality issue related to VoIP default codec
- – Phone freeze when choose Jordan as the country
- – Phone displays emergency calls only with full signal
- – Nokia C5-00: C5 missing a game in care sw
I have not posted the full change-log since it’s pretty big containing more than 100 changes. Nokia C5 owners can find the full change-log here. Nokia C5 owners can update their handset either via OTA or by using Nokia Software Updater.
Since the Nokia C5 features UDP (User Data Preservation), users don’t need to make a backup of their data before proceeding with the firmware update.
Nokia has just rolled out minor firmware updates for the Nokia C5 and the Nokia X2. The firmware update for the Nokia C5-00 is numbered v032.010, while that of the X2 is numbered v04.80. The C5-00 firmware update brings with it performance and stability improvements. Along with this, the performance of the web browser and search function have also been improved. This new firmware update also includes the latest version of the Facebook application. Nokia has also bundled Qik application with this firmware update.
The firmware update for the Nokia X2 also aims at improving the performance of the device. The performance of the camera application and the SIM lock feature of the device have been improved. Users can update the firmware on their device by either OTA (Over-The-Air) or by using Nokia Software Updater.
Don’t forget to make a backup of your data on the device before you proceed with the firmware update.
Nokia C5, the budget phone from Nokia is now available in India. Nokia C5 is the first device in the C Series range of phones. It has a 3.15 megapixel camera, 2.2 inch display, 3G Connectivity, 16 GB expandable memory, Ovi Maps navigation and much more.
This handset runs on Symbian S60v3 operating system. It has some amazing features such as 3G and Wi-Fi connectivity, GPRS/EDGE, USB, 3.5mm headphone jack, contact bar on the homescreen, Bluetooth, OVI Maps, FM Radio, Java, 2GB card included, 16GB expandable memory and so on.
Nokia C5 is available in two colors White and Warm Grey. It has a built-in Nokia messaging and social networking features. This handset comes with a price tag of Rs.7,999. Would you like to buy this handset when Nokia has already announced some great budget phones like Nokia C3, E5 and C6? Let us know your views in the comments below.
Last month, Nokia launched C5, the first device in the C Series range. This handset runs on Symbian S60v3 operating system. This handset comes with 2.2 inch display, 3.15 megapixel camera, 3.5 mm audio jack, 16 GB expandable memory, Sterio FM, Ovi Maps navigation and much more.
Other features include a contact bar on the homescreen, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, GPRS/EDGE, USB, 3G Connectivity and so on. It has a built-in Nokia messaging and social networking features. Nokia C5 is available in two colors White and Warm Grey.
“The Nokia C5 is exceptionally well-made, comfortable and snappy device. The in-call and audio playback quality is decent, the handset supports Nokia Messaging, the camera will do and the A-GPS coupled with free navigation is welcome indeed. Our only gripe relates to the mediocre display and lack of Wi-Fi.”
Head over to this post, to read the complete review of Nokia C5 by Phone Arena.
Nokia had made clear that it would categorize its phone in E,N,X and C series. While the first three series are already out, today a C series phone debuted in the market Nokia C5.
Nokia C5 runs on Symbian S60 3rd Edition with a built-in Nokia messaging and social networking features. Apart from that other features include Free walk and drive Ovi Maps navigation, Easy Access Contact Bar on the homescreen, Sterio FM, 3.5mm audio jack and comes with 2GB MicroSD card (expandable up to 16GB). Nokia C5 comes with 12hrs of Battery Life with 26 days Standby time and is available in two colors White and Warm Grey.
Nokia C5 will be available in the Q2 2010 globally i.e. Europe, Eurasia, SEAP, China and MEA and will retail at â‚¬135 (approx $183)
Just when we thought Nokia is just getting geared by revealing Nokia C5 and Nokia C6, there are rumors that Nokia might launch a new device — Nokia N8 at the MWC 2010, held in Barcelona next week.
Nokia N8-00 will come with a capacitive multitouch 3.5 inch display and will be the first to offer Symbian^3 OS. Apart from that it sports a 12 megapixel camera and capture 720p at 30 frames per second. It will also feature an HDMI output. Another interesting mention is Video on Demand through the Ovi Store.
Now that the Mobile World Congress – 2010 isn’t too long away, there is possibility that these are just baseless rumors.