As we supposed they would, Nokia unveiled today the Nokia C5 handset during CeBIT 2010, a smartphone based on social networking and sharing. This compact phone provides access to Nokia’s free navigation service and it’ll be available with a EUR 135 price tag, before taxes.

C5 provides direct access to favorite contacts via the Homescreen and it even shows Facebook status update from the phonebook. MySpace is also supported, as well as instant messaging, email accounts through Ovi Mail and Nokia Messaging. The specs list of the newcomer includes a 3.2 megapixel camera and you should know that the device is bundled with a 2GB memory card.

Nokia C5 comes with the latest version of Ovi Maps, supporting location sharing with Facebook friends and free walk and drive navigation. Web browsing is also supported on the handset, as well as Ovi Music and Ovi Store apps. Expect the new model to be available in select markets starting Q2 2010.

[via Nokia]

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