A new member of the Touch and Type family showed up in several spy shots – the dual-SIM Nokia C2-06. It’s a fairly low-end slider, with a resistive touchscreen and a slide-out phone keypad, 2 SIM cards (2G only).
The Nokia C2-06 looks very similar to another Touch and Type slider that leaked in March, though there are some differences (the area below the display mainly). The phone runs the touch-enabled version of Series 40 and has a resistive display (likely, QVGA again).
It is a dual-SIM phone but right now it is not clear if it’s a dual standby or not. The second SIM is easily accessible though, through a panel on the left. The Nokia C2-06 is a 2G-only phone and lacks Wi-Fi connectivity (it’s a low-end model after all), unlike its two official Touch and Type brethren.
The few other specs of the Nokia C2-06 Touch and Type are 2MP camera, 3.5mm audio jack, microUSB port and an a BL-5C battery. There’s an Ovi Maps shortcut visible but most likely no dedicated GPS receiver.
That’s about all there is on the C2-06 Touch and Type for now. Nokia still has strong positions in the low-end market and a device like that can help out quite a bit, especially in developing markets.
very bad touchscreen.slow internet. in short not worth buying
Nokia has not succeded in touchscreen technology. Resistive Touch screen Key pad is always slower than Capacitive touchscreen key pad. The weight is too large. GPS is noot good quality. Nokia is bluffing the customers by launching two vari...
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