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Nokia and Microsoft become partners for a better Phone

Microsoft and NokiaThis week big announcement was made just few days before MWC 2011 starts and it holds in one hand two of the technology giants: Microsoft in one hand and Nokia on the other hand.

A lot of people know that Nokia was throw away by the mobile consumers short time other major companies started to release smartphones capable of doing almost unlimited things. Now or never was the time for Nokia to say goodbye for the old Symbian and retake their consumers by adopting another operating system: Windows Phone 7.

The partnership was confirmed by both Nokia and Microsoft during a press event which took place at London and where Stephen Elop and Steve Balmer explained how this deal will build a new global mobile ecosystem.

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Nokia C5-03 gives higher connectivity within low Budget

Nokia C5-03The Nokia C5-03 can be called a smartphone which satisfies your budget too. Why? This device comes with a 600MHz processor which runs the outdated Symbian OS faster than any of the competitors. This is the fastest processor for any Nokia S60 device. At a minimum price range this phone will give you the functions and features of any pricey smartphone running the leading mobile OS’s in the market, like iOS or Android.

As the name suggests, the phone should have looked like the C5 which is a Symbian candy bar phone with simple look and full of features but it rather followed the Nokia 5800 Xpress Music which is one of the most successful devices ever produced by Nokia. It’s sticking with the older version of Symbian, a not a very impressive side of the phone though and its look and feel has been similar to the latest version of Symbian, Symbian^3. But there are some more shortcomings which you will have to face as you are getting it at the price of a feature phone of any other brand.

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