In the past few moment at Nokia World, Anssi Vanjok, Nokia’s (outgoing) Head of Mobile Solutions has just made the Nokia C6 and C7, bringing a new range of smartphones that are aimed at providing a unified experience along with its flagship smartphone, the Nokia N8.
The Nokia C6 is smaller smartphone than the N8 but is rich in new features. The C6 is touch-enabled and comes with a new display technology known as “ClearBlack Display” or CBD as we will probably refer to it. CBD is said to be “blacker than black” providing users with yet another choice when choosing between Super-LCD, AMOLED and Apple’s Retina Display. The C6 has an 8MP camera, full QWERTY keyboard, supports WebTV and has free Ovi Maps, allowing for navigation whilst on the move.
The C7 is basically a lighter, thinner version of the C6, offering all the same features as the C6 but without the keyboard. They both have a 3.5-inch screen, large internal storage and are crafted from stainless steel.
Both devices will ship in Q4 later this year, the C6 will cost 260 euros and the C7 will set you back 335 euros.