Low price for an unlocked smartphone. Comfortable, slide-out QWERTY keyboard. Free GPS navigation.
Solid build, easy-to-use keypad, multitude of apps.
Decent keyboard. Customisable home screen. Smart looks
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Good styling, easy keyboard, strong home screen...
Sluggish. Dated, overly complex OS. Stubborn touch screen. Muffled voice quality.
Bulky, inconsistent touchscreen and Internet.
Unresponsive touchscreen. Symbian OS feels tired and old
Thick, Resistive screen, The keyboard feels cramped, No DivX/XviD video support
Resistive touch-screen is unresponsive. Operating system looks tiredLook and Feel...
By BrightHub on May 18, 2011
The Nokia C6 is definitely one of the most hyped up phones this year from Nokia, and from the looks of it, the phone lives up to its hype thanks to its impressive and user friendly design, advanced functions and fantastic multimedia...100
By PC Mag on February 14, 2011
The Nokia C6 shows that the former heavyweight Finnish manufacturer still has plenty to learn when it comes to designing a proper touch-screen smartphone. Buy it...50
By TechSmart.co.za on January 31, 2011
Following in the footsteps of its big brother in the budget-targeted C-range, the Symbian^3-powered C7, Nokia has made the Symbian Series 60-running C6 available. This phone can be described as a budget version of the former range topping N97 (or its...-
By Recombu on November 11, 2010
The Nokia C6-00 is a great mid-range touchscreen phone with a good camera and a slide-out keypad that’s easy to type on. It’s not however a great phone for browsing the web or checking Facebook on, although it stands up well as a portable...50
By CNET Australia on November 01, 2010
The Nokia C6 is a touchscreen smartphone with a physical slide-out keyboard that has its basics covered. The hardware may be decent, but the software feels like a few generations behind and still has lots of catching...63
By IT Reviews on October 22, 2010
The Nokia C6 covers all the bases for a higher end smartphone and the sliding keyboard is a nice bonus. However we are never particularly excited by Symbian S60 5th Edition, and both Android and the iPhone OS are much slicker propositions....-
By Canadian Reviewer on October 22, 2010
Text and photos by Gadjo Cardenas SevillaBilled as an entry-level smartphone on Bell's network (free with a three-year plan, $249 no contract), the Nokia C6 bears some similarity to last year's Nokia flagship N97. Light in weight but not in...70
By The Inquirer on October 18, 2010
The 3.2-inch display is of the resistive variety and during our tests we found it somewhat inconsistent. Sometimes it worked perfectly with just a gentle touch, but on occasion it was far less responsive and only an over-exaggerated finger press...60
By V3.co.uk on October 12, 2010
The C6 is not without merit and may satisfy diehard Nokia fans, but it just feels a bit dull. We advise waiting for the Nokia C6-01 or investing in an alternative device altogether....60
By Trusted Reviews on October 04, 2010
The Nokia C6 is the latest in a long line of modestly priced touchscreen smartphones with side-sliding keyboards from the Finnish company. Nokia doesn't have a particularly good track record when it comes to touchscreen smartphones, though,...70