Nokia has another C6 handset in its portfolio, one that has been released this year and which, surprisingly is not very different from the new C6 which has just been released.
The "old" C6 was unveiled by Nokia back in April 2010 and like the new model comes with a 3.2-inch touchscreen display with a 640x360 pixels resolution, albeit a resistive one.
Aimed at social networkers, it is based on the old Symbian^1 operating system and has been pitched to a cheaper version of the popular Nokia N97.
Indeed, like the later, it comes with a full QWERTY keyboard, Wi-Fi, GPS, a 5-megapixel camera with flash but only has 2GB onboard memory, which can be upgraded to 16GB.
What's interesting though is the fact that it can be purchased on a monthly contract for as little as £15 per month from T-Mobile (via buymobilephones) with 300 minutes, 300 texts and 1GB broadband quota with a 24-months contract.
The deal also includes an automatic £20 cash back; In comparison, the new C6 costs more than £11 extra per month with a slightly better offer and better specifications but no keyboard.