Nokia today announced the Nokia 6700 classic, the Nokia 6303 classic and the Nokia 2700 classic, as the world's top handset vendor pushes to win a larger share of a shrinking market.
Leading the new collection is the Nokia 6700 classic, which continues the legacy of one of the company's most successful products, the Nokia 6300.
The Nokia 6700 combines smooth surfaces, rich materials and precisely crafted parts with a full metal keymat. Improving on all areas of its forerunner, the Nokia 6700 comes with a 5 megapixel camera, assisted GPS navigation with Nokia Maps, and high speed data access. It will be available at an estimated retail price of EUR 235, before taxes.
At an estimated retail price of EUR 135, before taxes and subsidies, the Nokia 6303 classic is ideal for people that see the current value proposition of the Nokia 6300. The 3.2 megapixel camera comes to life on the 2.2 inch screen, and with pre-loaded Nokia Maps, the Nokia 6303 combines a long list of features with long battery performance. Added to everything else, people can plug any music accessory into the standard 3.5 mm audio jack and have a fully fledged mobile music player able to carry their favorite tracks.
Rounding off the new arrivals is the Nokia 2700 classic which, at and estimated price of EUR 65 before taxes and subsidies, is one of Nokia's most affordable, full featured handsets. Offering up to 2GB of storage via the memory card slot, the phone also has an integrated digital music player and a 2.0 megapixel camera. These features mean people can save, access and share files in hundreds of formats via Nokia's online service, Share on Ovi, or a number of other websites.
All three devices are expected to ship in the second quarter of 2009.