New Device Leak: Nokia C2 (UPDATED: 01/05/2010)

| April 26, 2010 | 19 Replies

It looks like another phone in the Nokia C Series has been leaked (Thanks to bel for the heads up), the Nokia C2, which appears to have a split QWERTY keyboard (similar to the Nokia 6820 but instead of the keyboard flipping over, the screen rotates). It seems like an interesting device, and would be nice to see a prototype as sometimes these sketches do not do the phone justice.

The phone specifications we can see are just equivalent to an entry level device, i.e.:

  • 2 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics
  • Display: 240 x 320 pixels
  • Rotation Feature

Possible Features (I could be completely wrong about these):

  • Front facing camera (based on concept picture)
  • 3G Connectivity (to allow the possible front facing camera to work properly)
  • Touch Screen?? (as I cannot see any obvious navigation keys but this is just me guessing!)

I suppose we will just have to wait and see!

UPDATE (01/05/2010): New picture below was added by the guys over at and now the keyboard layout makes a lot more sense! If i’m not mistaken I think it say’s 3.5G under the network signal level so looks like it has HSDPA, but with the addition of the navigation keys in the middle I think that the touch screen facility is unlikely, not that it looks like it would need it!

Nokia C2

Nokia C2 (Concept)

Nokia 6820 (Old device)

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  1. bel says:

    another image of nokia c2 at

  2. thats great for all the readers

  3. nice information on the blog

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