Image courtesy: Nokia's Facebook page

A short while ago we just received a tweet from Nokia with a link to their Facebook page where they have outed the first C series device, the C5.

While there are no details available on the handset as such, Nokia’s page simply states –

We are introducing the new Nokia C5, an affordable smartphone optimized for social networking and sharing. More details will follow.

It is clear that the C5 is an affordable S60 device with refreshed Standby screen, stereo speakers and a 2.2 inch screen.

UPDATE: Nokia Conversations has thrown some more light on the specs of this device. Here is what they are saying. There are also more pictures of the C5 on the site.

The C5 is a smartphone packed into a feature phone body, boasting S60 3rd edition and a host of messaging and social networking features built in. It also boasts a bright 2.2-inch display and a 3.2-megapixel camera. It also comes packing free walk and drive navigation courtesy of Ovi Maps and is ready for messaging with Nokia Messaging built in.

The Nokia C5 boasts a cool new feature in its phone book, where you can see your friends status updates directly from Facebook. You can also update your Facebook status easily and share your location with Ovi Maps 3.0.

The homescreen will show off your favourite three friends for easy access to calling and messaging whilst Nokia Messaging enables you to keep in touch on IM using Google Talk or Windows Live Messenger.

Storage is the mircoSD variety with support for up to 16GB cards – the Nokia C5 will come with a 2GB card in the box, plenty of room for storing music and with the built in stereo FM radio and 3.5mm AV connector, not to mention the Stereo IHF speaker, it should sound good too.

The device is small too, measuring just over 12mm thin and 46mm across (and 112mm high). Battery life is good for up to 12 hours talktime (GSM) and it’ll stay on standby for a whopping 26 days between charges.

Available in white and warm grey, the Nokia C5 will be available in the second quarter of 2010 globally in Europe, Eurasia, SEAP, China and MEA. The anticipated retail price, before applicable taxes and subsidies is €135.