After causing iPhone-like queues when it launched in Indonesia, the Nokia C3 seems to be on the way out. This is the QWERTY C3 we’re talking about, not the C3-01, mind. It definitely looks like the Finns have a successor already cooked up, and it will apparently be called the Nokia 302.
It will of course retain the QWERTY keyboard, and it adopts a more conservative styling compared to its predecessor. The Nokia 302 will have a 3.2 MP camera (an upgrade from the C3′s 2 MP unit). And that’s all we know about it for now.
The Nokia C3 was that company’s cheapest QWERTY phone, so the 302 should follow in those footsteps. It might even be cheaper than the C3 was when it launched, since that’s the way technology works. So do expect the Nokia 302 to make a lot of people in ‘emerging markets’ happy soon. We’ll let you know when we find out more about this intriguing device.
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