New Nokia Slim Messengers: the C3, E5 and C6

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New Nokia Slim Messengers: the C3, E5 and C6

by Michelle Maisto

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Pink Nokia C3

The slim-and-sleek Nokia C3 is Nokias first Series 40 device to feature a full QWERTY keypad. Additional features include a 2.4-inch touch screen, WiFi connectivity, support for an 8GB microSD card and a 2-megapixel camera.

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Gray Nokia C3

The Nokia CE comes in a choice of Golden White, Slate Gray and Hot Pink, and will arrive in Europe in the second quarter of 2010 for about $122.

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Blue Nokia E5

The Nokia E5s number-one bragging point is its battery life, which is estimated at 18.5 hours—with 29 days of standby time. Also notable are its 5-megapixel camera, 250MB of on-board memory and support for 16GB more, and inclusion of free Ovi Maps, for walking and driving directions.

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Silver Nokia E5

The Nokia E5 will be available in five color options: Carbon Black, Chalk White, Sky Blue, Copper Brown and Silver Gray. Arriving in the third quarter, itll retail for about $244.

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Nokia C6

The Nokia C6 features a slide-out, four-row QWERTY keypad—a nice complement to its 3.2-inch HD touchscreen. Ovi Maps, for walking and driving navigation, is on board, as is an FM stereo radio and support for a 16GB microSD card.

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Black Nokia C6

The C6 is based on S60 5th edition and features a 5-megapixel camera. Its expected in Europe in the second quarter of 2010 for about $298.

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Silver Nokia C6

Nokia re-jiggered its handset naming convention in March, for a quicker understanding of each phones functionalities. Cseries phones are core—or mainstream—devices, while Eseries emphasize productivity and enterprise appropriateness. Accompanying numbers range from 1, for very basic, to 9, for whole hog.

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