Nokia C3-01 Gold Edition with faster CPU for €220

Nokia just announced the launch of a Gold edition of  their Touch and Type Nokia C3-01 model. This new luxury edition, of course is plated with 18-carat gold, has a ceramic keypad, and has received a speed boost in comparison with the original Nokia C3-01, in the form of a 1GHz processor.

The Nokia C3-01 Gold Edition measures 111 x 47.5 x 11mm and weighs 100g, has the same 2.4-inch QVGA touchscreen and offeres a quadband radio and up to HSDPA data speeds, along with WiFi and Bluetooth, MicroSD card slo, and a 5-megapixel camera with flash on the back. Nokia also upgrades the phone’s browsing capabilities with Nokia Series 40 browser for fast web access and matching theme. The included battery is rated as offering up to 5.5 hours talk-time and up to 18 days on standby.

Nokia C3-01 Gold Edition

Nokia says that the phone was designed exclusively for Eastern European and Middle Eastern markets and has already started shipping in selected markets and will extend to more in coming weeks. It will cost you around €220.

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