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Nokia second cheap phone of the day is the C2-01 - the Finnish phone giant's "most inexpensive new 3G phone", apparently.

Nokia C2-01

The price is €70 (£60) but that's before taxes get added and network operator subsidies are taken away.

Whatever the final price, the C2-01 candybar runs Series 40, sports a 3.2Mp camera, and includes an FM radio, Bluetooth and a 2in screen. Not exactly a mobile-data centric spec, which makes you wonder why Nokia thinks 3G is so important here.

Nokia C2-01

It's due out in Q1 2011. ®

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