"The latest offering to consumers was best of both the worlds, with the phones having both touchscreen facility as well as the keypad," Nokia General Manager (South) T S Sridhar.
Priced at Rs 8,839 and Rs 9,389, X3-02 and C3-01 boast of a variety of features, including 3G and Wi-fi facilities, he said.
"The two new Touch and Type devices by Nokia are designed for those who like to stay connected and share experience with their social group," he said.
Nokia X3-02 is 3G enabled among others and has dedicated music and messaging keys, with just 9.6-mm width, making it one of the "slimmest Nokia phones ever", he said.
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