Nokia released three new cell phone models, which is 6303 classic, 6700 classic, and the Nokia 2700.
Nokia is expecting cell phone sales will increase this year, due to large inventories build up by phone sellers at the end of last year and reluctance for consumers to buy new gadgets in the middle of economic recession.
The 6700 is the Nokia’s successor to its popular model Nokia 6300, which was one of the most top sales for many quarters. This model will have 5-megapixel camera, GPS navigation with Nokia Maps, metal keypad, and high-speed data access, priced at 235 Euros ($307.4).
On the other end is Nokia 2700, which is integrated with music player, expandable memory, and a 2.0-megapixel camera, which is priced at 65 Euros.
Nokia also unveiled the 6303 classic model, which is priced at 135 Euros. 6303 features a 302-megapixel camera, 2.2” screen, and comes with preloaded with Nokia Maps.
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