Nokia C6 is actually a Nokia Nuron with a landscape QWERTY?

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Nokia C6 is actually a Nokia Nuron with a landscape QWERTY?
With US consumers soon getting a taste of a carrier branded Nokia touchscreen phone in the Nokia Nuron 5230 for T-Mobile, the Nokia C6 that's been rumored for a while may have a lot in common with the upcoming Nuron. Tom's Guide recently posted a picture that they believe to be the Nokia C6 – it does look to have the same outlining which we saw in the FCC filing not too long ago. The Nokia C6 will look similar to the Nokia Nuron except for the noticeable landscape QWERTY keyboard it'll be packing along. Naturally the C-series will being categorized as the mid-range offerings from Nokia – which the C6 would easily supplant itself when you consider its specs when pitted against something like the N97. Accompanying a handset like this will probably be an equally affordable price tag once its speculated European target release date of this summer does come to fruition. In the mean time though, US consumers can look forward to checking out Nokia's offering with the Nuron – future owners can just imagine a QWERTY tacked onto it so they can get an idea of what to expect with the C6.

source: Tom's Guide via Engadget




1. kilari

Posts: 49; Member since: Oct 28, 2009

Pretty cool. I think Nokia should stop playing around with mid and low level devices in the USA though. Just bring a true competitor that's subsidized to the US for a mid-high range handset. Tmo should have picked up the N900. But Nokia should bring the X6 32gb to Tmo. I'd consider buying an X6 and getting out of my G1 if Tmo subsidized it.

2. jrcrow79

Posts: 477; Member since: May 02, 2008

I dont see maemo5 anywhere as OS..if its NOT then ill leave this phone alone for sure

3. omac

Posts: 26; Member since: Jan 08, 2010

im starting 2 get a little bored with these form factors,bring the more competitive stuff plz.

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