Three new smartphones with QWERTY keyboard released by Nokia is C3, C6 and E5. The C3 comes with 2.4-inch QVGA display, 2MP camera, bluetooth, FM radio, 3.5mm headphone socket and a microSD card slot for storage up to 8GB capacity.
And for Nokia C6, it has 3.2-inch touchscreen, 5MP camera a front-facing camera for video calls, QWERTY keyboard, FM radio, Bluetooth, A-GPS, WiFi b/g and quadband UMTS/HSPA. C6 also comes with Ovi Maps with free navigation. Symbian version running on this C6’s smartphone is version 5.0.
Meanwhile, Nokia E5 has triband UMTS/HSPA, A-GPS, Bluetooth, running S60 3rd edition, FP2, together with 5MP full-focus camera with LED flash, full QWERTY keyboard, and WiFi b/g connectivity features. Similar to Nokia C6, E5 also has Ovi Maps with navigation and access for Ovi Store. And as an addition to social networking and email, E5 also comes with Exchange sync application installed in the handset.
Other distinctive features on above smartphones are the social networking and email enabled functions. For operating system, C3 runs S40, C6 and E5 runs Symbian. You could also uploads images using Nokia’s communities applications.
Prices (before taxes/subsidies):
C3 = EUR90.-Â Â [ approx. USD122.- ] [ estimate release Q2 2010 ]
C6 = EUR220.- [ approx. USD229.- ] [ estimate release Q2 2010 ]
E5 = EUR180.- [ approx. USD245.- ] [ estimate release Q3 2010 ]
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