Unless you're talking about S60 5th Edition
, the terms "Nokia" and "touch" don't typically go together in the same sentence -- but over in China, stylus-based touchscreens make a heck of a lot more sense for character input than they do in locales with with Latin character sets. Following the bizarre (by Nokia standards, anyway) 6208c
, the company's now rolled another China-only Series 40 model modified for on-screen character recognition in the form of the 3208c candybar. It's got EDGE, a QVGA display, and a 2-megapixel cam -- nothing to write home about there -- but on the plus side it features a 3.5mm headphone jack, that aforementioned trick touchscreen, and if you squint hard enough, it sorta looks like an N79
. Of course, the dilemma of whether to sink the cash for it will never enter most buyers' minds; it'll never see the light of day outside China's domestic market, where it'll be launching in the fourth quarter.