Some good points but ultimately frustrating beyond belief
28 April 2013
Summary: Ok this phone has good points - the screen and buttons are both much bigger than my previous Nokia 'classic' phone even though the phone as a whole is scarcely any bigger; the battery life is really good; it will access the internet quickly; the camera is good enough to post pics at full size onto facebook etc; and it doesn't involve any use of a touchscreen (unlike similar Nokia phones like the C3).
Summary: It looked great on paper and the reviews were good but soon after ours arrived we found that its clock did not keep time properly. Every few days it would jump by about 1/2 hour. This rendered many of the features such as alarm clocks and calendar reminders, useless. google "Nokia c5-00 clock problem" to see what others have to say about this. We are not alone...
Summary: Samsung galaxy y is much better than this. I m using galaxy since a week. Its value for money. Touch is captive and too sensitive. 3g and most important thing is its anroid. Gt has Gud battery back up. If your budget is some 700bugs more than Wat u pay Fo Nokia den without thinking much or having advice from others go for this cell. U vl surely bf prove of your choice. Thanks.
Summary: since it is from nokia it has the plus point of nokia brand but really a mobile without wifi connectivity in this mordern and fast growing tech world is almost useless!!also i am in favour of simbian os technology but this is a fact that one cannot get more usefull apps. behind the phone has 128mb ram which is much less for such a processor which will suddenly reduce the speed and also the ability of processor.