As of yesterday, the smartphone should be available for 18,229 INR, which is about $400, or €294. Not a high price, that’s for sure – at least not compared to how much the Nokia E7 will cost in India (whenever it will be released there).
Of course, unlike the E7, the C6-01 is just a mid-range handset. But it still offers a lot, including a 360 x 640 pixels ClearBlack display, Wi-Fi, GPS, Ovi Maps with free navigation, and an 8MP camera with 720p video recording.
In case you haven’t hear yet, the C6-01 has recently received a software update that brings Ovi Maps integration in email, plus some tweaks ans fixes – although I’m not sure if this will have any impact on customers’ decision to buy it or not.
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