The trio includes new 6700 classic slim, small-screened candybar with a 5 megapixel camera, aGPS navigation, and “high-speed” data access undoubtedly of the HSPA variety. This is a mid-range phone that continues Nokia 6300 legacy that topped all sales records for a mid-range mobile phone back in 2006. Price of about pre-tax €235 or about $311.
Next to the line up is, Nokia 6303 classic bulky but in inclusion of excellent battery life, plus a 3.5-mm audio jack, and aGPS with Nokia Maps. And the last is Nokia 2700 classic touting 2GB of on-board memory plus memory card expansion, a 2 megapixel camera, and full integration with Nokia’s Ovi suite of services. Prices are €135 and €65 respectively.
All are expected to ship before June. But for me, it seems that the Nokia phone releases that targets mid-market is just same and same, seems repackaging again and again. Why don’t give a flare up by bringing N97 upfront as soon as possible.