The Nokia C2-02 might be a new name for you, but if you've heard about the previously leaked Nokia C2-06, then you should know that the C2-02 is nothing but a renamed version of the dual-SIM slider. The Nokia C2-02 is actually the first touch-and-type dual-SIM device, combining both a touch sensitive screen and standard alphanumeric physical keys. It's a rather thick handset at 0.67” (17mm), but its compact dimensions allow it to be relatively lightweight at 4.06 ounces (115 g). The phone comes with a QVGA resistive TFT display and it runs Series 40 tuned for a touchscreen.
A modest 2-megapixel fixed focus camera with no flash sits on the back of the device. When it comes to entertainment, you get FM radio, a music player and a standard 3.5mm headset jack, but don't expect to stash much data in the Nokia C2-02 as it doesn't have expandable memory. In terms of connectivity, you don't get much – the handset only features EDGE and Bluetooth, so you'll have to make do with no Wi-Fi or even 3G.
On the software side of things, you're limited to Java applications via the Ovi portal. So finally, combining all of those features, we're most probably looking at a very affordable Series 40 device. We have no official confirmation from Nokia, but those images hint that some information could be on its way, so check them out and feel free to share your thoughts about the Nokia C2-02 in the comments below.