Vodafone will carry the Nokia C6 smartphone in the UK, a model that is not markedly different from the rest of the competition (including within Nokia's) at this price range.
Customers can purchase the phone for as little as £20 per month on a two year contract with 100 minutes, 500 texts and 500MB worth of internet data; going for unlimited texts and 900 minutes will cost you £10 extra per month.
The phone comes with a full slide out QWERTY keyboard, a 5-megapixel camera with AF and LED flash plus HSDPA, a 3.2-megapixel touchscreen, Wi-Fi plus the ability to access your email accounts.
Nokia also provides with Nokia maps with turn by turn navigation plus integration with OVI. Users will also be able to personalise their home screen and they can also upgrade the meagre 200MB onboard storage to 16GB via the microSD card reader.
The phone looks like the Nokia 5230 except that it has a proper keyboard and a higher resolution camera, the rest is pretty academic.
That said, between this and the Nokia X6, we'd sure prefer the latter even if it is doesn't have a keyboard simply because of the design and the 16GB extra.