Nokia expands Ovi services for Series 40 devices

Wednesday 15 September 2010 | 13:10 CET | News
Nokia has unveiled a new Touch and Type phone, the C3, as well as outlined plans to bring more of its Ovi series to its Series 40 feature phones. The C3 Touch and Type features a classic keypad as well as a touch screen. The phone comes with a stainless steel chassis, 3G, WLAN, a 5 megapixel camera with flash, a music player and FM radio and it supports up to a 32GB memory card. The phone offers quick access to messaging and e-mail plus applications and games from the Ovi Store. Priced at EUR 145, excluding taxes and subsidies, it is expected to be available in Q4. The company also outlined

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Nokia / Novarra
Countries: World
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