Nokia has just launched the C3 in Europe for a flat price of 90 euros (around $120) before any carrier subsidies, which PC World points out is the handset maker's cheapest Qwerty phone to date.
The Nokia C3 sports WiFi, a 2 MP camera, 2.4” screen, and support for 8 GB microSD cards. It also comes equipped with an Opera Mini Web browser and Nokia's proprietary Ovi Mail and Ovi Chat applications.
The C3, which was announced alongside a couple other new entry-level phones earlier today also has social network integration and compatibility with Microsoft Exchange.
The phone has so far only been announced for sale in Europe, where non-locked devices are generally much cheaper than they are in the US. No word yet on a specific release date here stateside.
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