MidRange Battle: Nokia E5 vs C5 Specs Comparison And Picture Gallery

The Nokia C5 and E5 are part of the relatively new Nokia line-up of devices, after the naming convention change. Both are middle class in their series, with the C5 being more a classic phone, and the E5 more an Enterprise phone, with a full QWERTY keyboard. Despite belonging to two different categories, both bare a striking resemblance, design-wise, hardware-wise, and software-wise.

On a hardware basis, the C5 has a 2.2″ transmissive screen at a 240×320 resolution with 24bit colors. It has a total volume of 56.2cc and weighs about 89g, with a 600 MHz processor and a 1050 mAh battery that can be charged both by the regular charger and microUSB. The connectivity options are limited to Bluetooth, EDGE, 3G and HSUPA, with no Wi-Fi on board. Storage-wise, it has 50MB of internal memory, 128MB of RAM, and comes with a 2GB hot-swappable microSD. As for the camera, it’s a 3.2MP EDoF camera.

The E5, on the other hand, has a larger 2.4″ transmissive screen at a 320×240 resolution with only 18bit colors. It weighs much more at 126g and has a larger volume of 75cc. It features quick access to a torch and a bluetooth toggle, and has a dedicated Messaging button. It also comes with a 600MHz processor and a much optimized 1200 mAh battery that can also be charged by a regular 3-pin or microUSB. Its connectivity options are the same as the C5, but it adds support for WiFi. As for storage, it has a whopping 250MB of internal memory, 256MB of RAM which should both guarantee a problem-free usage, and a 2GB non hot-swappable microSD. It has a 5MP EDoF camera. Continue reading “MidRange Battle: Nokia E5 vs C5 Specs Comparison And Picture Gallery”

T9 goes local

Send messages in Hinglish as T9 will now be available in Hinglish.


Supplied by Nuance Communications, the software offers advanced alphabetic input prediction in Hinglish. Mobile phone and PDA users will now be able to write SMS text messages, mobile instant messages, and wireless emails in a language that is a popular mode of communication in India.

T9 in Hinglish joins the T9 versions in Japanese, Chinese and Korean developed by Tegic Communications, which was taken over by Nuance in August this year.

The launch of Hinglish T9 is also momentous in more ways than one.

On December 3rd, SMS turned 15. It was 15 years ago that the first SMS was sent. It has been a long journey since then..with SMSs becoming the most popular tool for communication. Billions of SMSs are sent worldwide!

Will the Hinglish T9 feature make communication easier and fun for you?

Via: Techtree