Nokia’s C5-03 handset has just reached the FCC and it’s waiting approval, but surprisingly enough it seems to lack support for North American 3G connectivity. This means that US users of the handset will have to do with GSM/GPRS/EDGE, which is bad news for Nokia, since there are many handsets on the local market with more connectivity options and similar features.


Speaking of features, here’s what the Nokia C5-03 is all about:

Display: 3.2 inch resistive touchscreen, 360 x 640 pixels
Connectivity: WiFi, A-GPS, Bluetooth
Camera: 5MP
Memory: 40MB, microSD card support (up to 16GB)

The device runs Symbian^1 and it’ll be available at the end of the quarter for $240.

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