An early prototype of the Nokia C2-06 was spotted in the wilds of India and from the looks of it, Nokia will grace the market with a dual-SIM card slider with a compact body. The portrait slider falls into Nokia's C series and seems to run a touch-optimized version of Symbian (looking like Series 40 if you ask us), while also having a traditional numeric keypad. Even though it's only maked as a prototype (C0-00) on the outside, in the Bluetooth menu you can see the C2-06 model number.
The handset is rumored to come with a resistive touchscreen, a 2-megapixel camera, Bluetooth and a microUSB port, but with no Wi-Fi or 3G support, all of which hint at a budget-centric device. That's about all the details we have so far, and we're not even convinced that the handset will hit Western European/American markets, as dual-SIM handsets thrive in Asian countries, but aren't usually warmly accepted by Western carriers. But while we wait for more information to show up, let us know if you feel that the low price can lure you into buying such a handset.