Mobile enthusiasts who cannot handle the complexity of QWERTY keypads can now heave a sigh of relief as this new handset sports a comfortable traditional numeric keypad. Nokia Conversations elucidates that Nokia has slid the wraps off its enticing C2-01 mobile phone.
Adorning a 2-inch display screen, the offering features a music player and FM radio. Apart from Bluetooth connectivity, the handset lends support to memory cards up to 16GB. The newest entrant offers Nokia Messaging for e-mail and instant messaging.
Flaunting handy 3G capabilities, the newly unleashed device comes powered by the exceptional Series 40 operating system. The entire typing experience is revamped with the conventional keypad. Photo aficionados can capture memorable moments using the integrated 3.2MP camera.
Users can immerse themselves in several entertaining apps available through the Ovi Store and latest music from Ovi Music. As light as 89gms, the phone enables individuals to access the Ovi Life Tools service. Further, handset owners can view their SMS and chat messages in a threaded view.
The phone can be snapped up for €70 (approx Rs. 4,262) before local taxes and operator subsidies. It is anticipated to be available from the Q1 of 2011.