Reports say that Nokia is not due to have any significant presence at the forthcoming MWC Show in Barcelona, Spainon 15-18 February. However, sources do say that examples of Nokia's new Cseries handsets may well make an appearance.
Two models of the new Cseries of phones, which appear to be targeted at Symbian-based, non-touch designs, have been leaked. The first is the C5, which arrives in a candybar chassis, with a 2.2-inch display of QVGA resolution, A-GPS, a 3.5mm headphone socket, HSPA connectivity for fast data transfer and a 3.2-megapixel camera. You also get an FM radio and 50MB of internal memory with a microSD card slot for memory expansion.
Another phone, the C6, may be unveiled at the MWC 2010 show, according to the Engadget website. The phone, which has been called the Nokia Mystic by some observers, has been described as being similar to the Nokia 5230 design.
We'll pass on more details when we receive them.
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