Press Release: April 16, 2010
Nokia mobile phones, world's largest manufacturer of mobile handsets, has recently launched three cheap and advanced technology mobile phones in the market. In a bid to challenge the monopoly of RIM Blackberry amongst the business class people, a new feature of instant messaging has been included into the Nokia mobile phones by the Finnish company.
The new Nokia C-3 is the cheapest of the three. With a price tag of 90 euros (excluding taxes) , the C-3 comprises a fully QWERTY keyboard, Ovi Chat and Ovi Mail, 8GB memory card, 2.4-inches wide display, Wi-Fi connectivity, 2MP camera etc. Besides this, it also enables the users to update their status, view, comment and share photos on social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter.
In addition to the above mentioned handsets, Nokia has also rolled out smart phones C6 and E5 with a price tag of 230 and 190 euros respectively. The big brother of C3, the Nokia C6 offers a 3.2-inches wide touch screen with a slide out keyboard. It also includes a 5MP camera with flash and autofocus, Ovi maps with free walk and drive navigation. Its users can enjoy direct access to Facebook, which is available on the home screen.
Next in the list comes the Nokia E5, which is packed with business features besides maintaining a balance between entertainment and network capabilities. It is packed with a fully QWERTY keyboard besides providing an easy access to SMS, MMS, email and IM, Yahoo Mail, GmailTM, Ovi Mail, Windows LiveTM Hotmail, HSDPA/HSUPA and WLAN, Free global drive and walk navigation with OVI maps. All the three Nokia mobile phones are expected to hit the market in the next few days.