Last on the list of today’s Nokia launches is 2700 classic, an affordable full featured handset that will hit the market in Q2 for EUR 65 before taxes and subsidies. The device comes with a microSD slot for memory cards of up to 2 GB, a music player and a 2 megapixel camera.



Nokia 2700 classic also supports file sharing in hundreds of formats through the Share on Ovi service and various other websites. Cheap handset and a great Internet experience? Yes sir, with Nokia 2700 classic!


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