C7's younger, cheaper brother joins the party at Nokia World.
It's that time of year again, when Nokia outs a bunch of new handsets, with the C6 now joining the freshly announced C7 handset at the London event.
The latest Cseries model features a 3.2-inch capacitive AMOLED touch-screen, compared to the 3.5-inch offering on the QWERTY-toting C7. It also offers the ClearBlack technology for improved outdoor visability.
The new Symbian ^3 running handset is, in fact, only slightly less high-specced than the C7, keeping the the 720p HD video shooting, 8-megapixel stills shots.
The pocket-friendly device has 32GB of storage via SD card, with an impressive 11.5 hours of talktime.
It'll cost 260 Euros and will ship in two colours; black and silver. Expect to be able to get your hands on this in time for Christmas.
The C6, along with the Nokia C7, Nokia N8 and Nokia E7 smartphones officially launched at the ExCeL centre in London today brings the total of Symbian ^3 devices to 4. Still no sign of MeeGo though.