Nokia launches QWERTY C3, C6 And E5 Budget Smartphones

Nokia C3, C6, and E5 are the latest entities to its gallery of smartphones. Keeping up its ante on fostering social interaction on the web, they are set to enter the market later this year.

Online PR News – 14-April-2010 – – If Nokia C3 and C6 are meant for the masses who love to go for social interaction, the Nokia E5 is one of the rarest smartphones ensuring smooth business messaging.

All mobile phones are in line with new QWERTY phones proposed to capture market later this year.

If we talk about Nokia C6, we find that the it is a Symbian^1-based smartphone. In fact, what makes it even better is its 3.2-inch nHD touchscreen combined with a full slide-out QWERTY keyboard.

Now that is what will push it ahead among its counterparts. Sporting a 5-megapixel camera adds to its glory. Moreover, there is no dearth of features such as Ovi Maps and loads of other smart apps. This phone is also good at social networking practices as well. And that is what makes it ever more sign and worthwhile.

The Nokia C3 is primarily good at social messaging. One of the first QWERTY phone powered by Series 40, it is capable of making social interaction on the web far easier than before. The user can direclty go to his preferred social networking site right from the homescreen. Viewing, upadating, and sharing from this phone is as easy as falling off a log. So, here comes the latest Nokia phones with a gusto that looks promising.

The user gets a 2-megapixel camera, a 2.4-inch QVGA screen, along with loads of modern features thus making it ever more significant and worthwhile.

Last but not the least, Nokia E5 is purely a business oriented phone with amazing business messaging capacities. The user gets direct access to corporate e-mail, which makes it ever more efficient than ever. The Nokia E5 carries a 2.4-inch QVGA screen, which makes it even more friendly. With Wi-Fi connectivity, 5-megapixel camera and 256MB free user memory, it becomes all the more significant and worthwhile in the mobile market of the world.