Review of Nokia C6 Smartphone powered by Symbian

Nokia C6 Review

Nokia C6 is a mid-range 3.2″ resistive touchscreen smartphone with a slide out QWERTY keyboard and comprehensive social messaging software suite. The C6 runs Symbian^1 (but with pervasive kinetic scrolling and widget homescreen, N97-style) and features a 5 megapixel camera, integrated GPS and comprehensive connectivity options. It ships with a full range of Ovi services, including Ovi Maps (free car and pedestrian navigation), Ovi Store (content downloads), Ovi Music (music store), and Nokia Messaging (email and instant messaging).

Nokia is emphasizing the social messaging capabilities of the phone, with Nokia Messaging handling a comprehensive range of email accounts, with various on-board tools for interacting with social networks and with Ovi Store giving access to a range of IM applications.

The 5 MP camera can capture image at the resolution of 2592 x 1944 pixels. Autofocus, LED flash, geo-tagging, face and smile detection are part of the feature set. The handset is available with GPRS and Wi-Fi for internet access. Several other internet features can be enjoyed such as Yahoo! Messenger, Google Talk and Windows Live Messenger.

Here is how the package looks like :