We would expect the C6 to reach the £200-£220 price point a few months after the first retail availability.
All About Symbian reported on Nokia's announcement of the C6, along with the C3 and E5, back in April.
Today Nokia introduced the Nokia C6, a mid-range touchscreen smartphone, with a slide out QWERTY keyboard and comprehensive social messaging software suite. The C6 runs Symbian^1 (but with pervasive kinetic scrolling and widget homescreen, N97-style) and features a 5 megapixel camera, integrated GPS and comprehensive connectivity options. It ships with a full range of Ovi services, including Ovi Maps (free car and pedestrian navigation), Ovi Store (content downloads), Ovi Music (music store), and Nokia Messaging (email and instant messaging). The Nokia C6 will be available later this quarter at a price of EUR 220 before taxes and subsidies.
Follow this link to read about its specifications, and how it compares with similar Nokia phones.
Nokia C6 with keyboard in open position