Nokia announced today no less than 3 new handsets, among which Nokia 6700 classic, successor to the popular Nokia 6300 phone. The latter was a hot selling device back in 2006 when it was launched, thanks to its premium materials and build, plus neat features.



Nokia 6700 classic upgrades the 6300 with a beautiful and slim design, combining smooth surfaces, premium materials with a metal keymat, for a top notch look. The new handset features a 5 megapixel camera, assisted GPS navigation (with Nokia Maps) and support for high speed data connections, for multimedia sharing and web browsing.

The phone will be available for EUR 235, starting with the second quarter of this year.


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