Nokia launched at their event in London the C6 handset, their smaller version of the C7 mobile phone.
The C6-01 has a 3.2-inch glass AMOLED touch screen display, which boasts Nokia's ClearBlack technology for better visibility when using the handset outside.
Nokia's C6 is accompanied by an 8 megapixel camera that is capable of HD video recording. This is one of the highest MP counts they've produced, where previously they were content with lower quality cameras in their mobiles.
The phone arrives running the latest version of the Nokia mobile OS, Symbian ^3. This now joins the N8, along with two other handsets unveiled at the Nokia World 2010.
Social networking and messaging is key within the C6-01, where the three home screens have access to all the expected feeds from Facebook and Twitter along with notification messages too.
The Nokia C6-01 is due out later on in the year, with the quoted price of 260 Euros SIM free and unlocked.
Stay tuned for images and video of the handset, as we are at the event bringing content to One Mobile Ring throughout the day.
Originally published at OneMobileRing.com