Nokia C6, C3 and E5, three of the Finnish company’s latest messaging devices, have appeared in live photos and videos, although they’re not yet available for purchase.
The most interesting phone among the three is obviously the Nokia C6, which could be described as a hybrid between Nokia 5230 and Nokia N97.
The C6 runs Symbian touch and features a 360 x 640 pixels touchscreen display, full QWERTY keyboard, HSDPA, GPS, free navigation, Wi-Fi and 5MP autofocus camera.
Nokia C6 should be available starting this quarter (most probably not this month) for about €220, in white and black (both versions are pictured below).
As for the E5 and C3, they’re both non-touch QWERTY phones, the main difference between them being the fact that the E5 runs Symbian while the C3 is an S40 handset with not-so-great features (although it does have Wi-Fi).
This is the E5:
Nokia C6 hands-on video:
Nokia C3 hands-on video:
Nokia E5 hands-on video:
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