Nokia may have something brewing with the recently announced C3
as the company believes that it could potentially spark sales to make it one of their better selling handsets this year. The budget friendly portrait QWERTY device could very well make a name for itself to a wide range of people as long as its inexpensive aura can show some value to would be buyers. We've seen already how Nokia launched the handset in Indonesia
where special events across some of the country's major cities managed to bring some large crowds. Now it's hard to say that Vodafone UK's launch of the handset would draw a similar atmosphere, especially when the C3's Indonesia's launch came with a promotional price, but it has the potential to draw some people with its £80 (€96, $118) pay-as-you-go price tag. Being a brand spanking new phone at that price point will surely make people recognize it – especially when it features a QVGA display, 2-megapixel camera, Bluetooth, FM Radio with RDS, social networking integration, 3.5mm headset jack, and Wi-Fi. Available in either grey and pink paint jobs, the Nokia C3 has some neat features to glorify its even substantially inexpensive price tag – so maybe it may have what it take to garner some sales.
Nokia C3 Specifications