Nokia, as most of you might be aware, is not participating at the Mobile World Congress scheduled for next week at Barcelona. However, the company seems to be all set to launch its new range of phones from the C-Series.
Images of the first C-Series handset, the C5, was already leaked last week. The line-up is expected to include two more handsets as of now that will be known as the C3 and the C6. Just to refresh your memory, this has nothing to do with the Nokia C6 that the Finnish handset-maker had in its line-up back in 1997. The interesting thing about the C6 is that it will be a touchscreen handset - a cheap one at that. In fact, it seems, the entire C-Series is aimed at the budget market and will feature phones that will have as many features as other higher-end models - but at a cheaper price tag.
Nokia's existing lineup has the 5230 that holds the title of being the cheapest touchscreen phone from Nokia as of now. Will C6 replace 5230's reign? We will hopefully find that out at the Nokia event post the MWC this year!