Nokia N8 and C3 coming to India by mid-September26 Aug 2010
Nokia India has just twitted that N8 will hit Indian market by mid-September. Alongwith the Nokia N8, the mid-range full QWERTY phone, the Nokia C3 will also hit the stores. Fans of the slide-out full QWERTY will have to wait till October though, as the Nokia C6 will arrive after a month of the N8 and C3 arrived only.
If you recall, the Nokia N8 is the fully-loaded multimedia phone that packs a 12MP camera that is capable of 720p HD video recording. The phone sports a 3.5-inch capactive AMOLED touchscreen and has internal storage of 16GB with an option to upgrade it via its microSD slot. One notable feature of the N8 includes its HDMI-out which will playback 720p HD video on the phone and gives you an option to hook it up to your HDTV. The phone comes with anodized aluminium casing which will offer exceptional build quality. Taking care of the OS will be the revamped Symbian^3 which comes with multitouch support for the browser and the photo viewer. The price is estimated at around Rs. 25,000. You can check out the hands-on experience with the N8 here.
Alongwith the N8, the budget-friendlier C3 is also expected to hit the store. This full QWERTY messenger phone has a 2.4-inch and S40 6th edition interface. It packs a a 2MP camera, FM radio, 3,5mm stereo headphones jack. Estimated price for the C3 is around Rs. 7,000 and with its trendy design and various color options, we think it will be a crowd-puller.
Last on the list is the Nokia C6 which essentially is the more affordable version of the Nokia N97 or N97 mini in a more trendy-looking design. The phone comes with all the features found on the N97 series minus the 16GB internal storage. Its list of features includes a 5MP camera with autofocus, a 3.5-inch resistive touchsreen and a full slide-out QWERTY keyboard. With the expected price of Rs 15,000 ( approx), the C6 will attract many consumers who are looking for feature-rich affordable smartphones. The C6 is expected to arrive on October.
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