Nokia C3 approved and confirmed by the FCC
Well, since we know the C3 has the model number RM-614, we’ve discovered that the phone has just been approved by the FCC, which also posted a sketchy image of its back. By the looks of it, the C3 is a candybar – a rather wide one, which means Nokia may have put a QWERTY keyboard on it.
As previously reported, the Cseries handsets “focus on social interaction between friends and family”, so it would make sense for the C3 to have a QWERTY keyboard.
Nokia’s new naming convention suggests that the C3 should be cheaper than the C5 (which will costs €135) – so it will probably be a successful phone in emerging markets. We don’t know when Nokia plans to announce the C3, but it might happen really soon.