Nokia has unveiled a new line of mobile phones that all have QWERTY keyboards and are aimed at users looking for affordable handsets. The new line includes the C3, C6, and E5 devices.
The C3 is a QWERTY device that is in the Series 40 line and has direct home screen access to social networks. It has WiFi, 8GB memory card, and will come in several colors for EUR 90. The C6 is a Symbian smartphone with a 3.2-inch screen and a slide out keyboard set for Q2 2010 at EUR 220.
The E5 is a Symbian device with features for the business and home user. It will land in Q2 2010 for EUR 180. All prices are before any subsidies.
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