One of the Symbian^3 devices introduced at Nokia World not long ago, the midrange C6-01 is now shipping around the world in quite literal terms: “the boxes have been filled, the vans loaded and the factory gates opened,” to use Nokia’s verbiage. Interestingly, we left Nokia World with the impression that this was the sleeper of the range — a less-expensive model with a great display and extremely solid (read: metal) construction that should make this a good choice for the Symbian faithful looking for an upgrade option that saves a few dollars (or euros, as the case may be). No word on specific availability by country, but we’d imagine you could start pestering your local retailer right about now.
Nokia C6-01 starts shipping, hitting retail any minute now originally appeared on Engadget Mobile on Fri, 05 Nov 2010 21:01:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.
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