Nokia Nuron 2 AKA Nokia C5-04 at FCC – Pics, Internal shots and manual

| February 23, 2011 | 7 Replies

PocketNow have noticed that the Nokia Nuron 2 aka C5-04 headed for T-Mobile has hit FCC.

This is the US version of the Nokia C5-03 that was said to be cancelled shortly after AT&T said goodbye to X7. Well, now, knowing the future of Symbian and Qt, it kinda makes sense.

via PocketNow

Category: Nokia, Symbian

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  • Deaconclgi

    That would have been a nice replacement to the Nuron. I was hoping to see it released with a less restricted branded firmware. The current Nuron firmware removed the option to fully customize the homescreem, in effect taking away some of the smartphone functionality.

    Oh well….I would have bought 2 of them to replace my daughters Nurons…

  • rbata

    Have you realized that the new search update realised today have a split screen keyboard ???? That’s really fast and usefull now!

    • Jay Montano

      I think it’s always been split screen T9 when searching in widget.

  • AL

    @rbata

    That feature was always there.

  • kaiwangailan

    just ugly.

  • bluechrism

    “Here’s the manual – check of the S^1 goodness there.”

    Seriously – I figured the only reason the old one was canceled was to put S^3 on it.

    Can’t access the manual btw.

  • bluechrism

    There is no way Nokia should still be releasing new phones with anything other than S^3, regardless of price point. This is a frustration – it’s like HTC coming out with a new device and putting Android 1.6 on it – i don’t see that happening. Seriously – if this does have an old Symbian, this won’t exactly help sales in the US, especially as, I assume, older devices won’t ever get the new goodies in the coming UI update.