It’s been a while since Nokia lost the battle of smartphones and Apple, HTC, RIM or Motorola are now some of the leaders in this mobile phone niche. Now more than never, the finnish mobile manufacturer want to keep up with the trend and will release soon a QWERTY smartphone.
Nokia C6 is the name of the phone that is scheduled to be released this summer, but till now we haven’t found any official to confirm this.
The phone comes with a 3.2-inches resistant touch screen with a 360 x 640 pixel resolution. Display is featuring: brightness control, orientation sensor, proximity sensor and ambient light detector. Just under the display are 3 keys: Call/Menu/End Call.
The QWERTY keyboard that we’ve talk about is unveiled if you slide the phone on the right side and is featuring a navigation key.
On the back, there is a 5 megapixel camera with autofocus, LED flash and 4x digital zooming. Videos can be recorded 16:9 with mp4(640 x 360 pixels) or VGA(@30 fps) formats. Some reports are saying the camera will have 8 megapixel, but this is just a rumour.
C6 comes with a large amount of apps:
- Calendar, Contacts, To-do, Notes, E-mail
- Nokia Messaging
- Social networking (Facebook, Hi5, MySpace)
- Ovi Maps
- Ovi Suite, Ovi Store, Ovi Share, Ovi Contacts
- PC Applications: Microsoft Outlook, Outlook Express, Lotus Organizer, Lotus Notes
- Yahoo! Messenger, Google Talk, Windows Live Messenger
Nokia C6 will be released soon during this summer period and will have an estimated(retail) price of $500-600.