With the GDP per capita of a person in Indonesia hovering around $2,250, are you surprised to hear that the locals queued up for the ultra cheap Nokia C3 in much the same way as Americans camped in front of Apple stores overnight for an iPhone? The C3, for those who forgot, is one of Nokia’s first S40 QWERTY devices to ship in quite a long time. It was announced almost 2 months ago, and for 90 EUR ($110) before taxes and operator subsidies you get a 2 megapixel camera, 3.5 mm headphone jack, WiFi, Bluetooth 2.1, and a 3.5 mm headphone jack. No 3G, but then again do you really need it when you’ll probably just be texting all day?
The massive 1320 mAh battery promises 20 days of standby time and 7 hours of talk time. The likelihood of it being able to deliver that is high thanks to the tiny 2.4 inch 320 x 240 pixel resolution screen, that unlike most Nokia handsets which usually show 16 million colors, runs at 262,000 colors. It weighs 114 grams and is 115.5 mm x 58.1 mm x 13.6 mm.
[Via: Nokia Conversations]