Nokia has introduced three new mobile handsets including the C3, C5, and C6. The new handsets are built around messaging and social networks in. All three have QWERTY keyboards and will sell at affordable prices according to Nokia.
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The C3 is the first QWERTY device on the series 40 platform and will allow access to social networks from the main screen. The C3 will sell for around EUR 90 before subsidies and will work with Ovi mail and Chat. The C6 is a Symbian device with a 3.2-inch touchscreen, slide out keyboard, and social networking features. It should ship in Q2 2010 for EUR 220 before taxes.
The E5 is a Symbian device with personal networking and entertainment capabilities. It is expected to sell for EUR 180 before subsidies and is aimed at the business user. It should land in Q3 2010.