Billed as the latest series of devices from the Finnish manufacturer, the C-Series is intended to be Nokia's “core range of products." In other words, it'll be the manufacturer's mid-range device lineup. The other series will remain the same, with the N-Series appealing to tech enthusiasts, the E-Series geared toward business users, and the X-Series for social networking.
The first model in the series will be the C5. The device will feature a 2.2-inch QVGA display, 3.2-megapixel camera, 3.5mm A/V slot, GPS, Ovi apps, a microSD card slot, S60 3rd Edition, and 12 hours of talk time. The C5 will be available in the second half of 2010 in Europe, Eurasia, and China for about $182.
They're not the most feature rich phones in Nokia's lineup, but for $182, it sounds like a reasonable deal to me.