Motorola has just outed a Europe-bound Milestone XT720, a handset intended to grab the attention of camera lovers with an 8 megapixel sensor, 720p / 24fps video and — a first for Android handsets — a xenon flash. Speaking of Android, this will come loaded up with version 2.1 when it launches later this month. Plans for 2.2 upgrades are, as usual, not yet formalized and not under discussion. Other specs include a 3.7-inch, 480 x 854 screen, a 550MHz ARM Cortex A8 CPU, and a promised 9 hours of talk time and 320 hours of standby time. It looks very much like Moto’s selection [...]
After giving the most boringly obvious clue in the world, Nokia has debuted the new C5 at CeBit.
The phone is the first in the new C-Series from Nokia, which seems to be the budget smartphone range from the Finns.
The C5 will run Symbian S60 3rd edition, which means it just falls into the category of smartphone.
This is impressive when you consider that it only costs €135 (£120) unsubsidised, with a decent feature set behind.
Granted, the screen is only a 2.2-inch display, but there’s a 3.2MP camera, GPS for the free Ovi Maps navigation tool as well as a 2GB memory card in the box.