Nokia announces the new Nokia 6700 classic mobile phone that builds on the formula that made Nokia the world leader in cell phones. The new Nokia 6700 classic mobile phone combines the functionality and user experience required in today's hectic times, with a premium design and material that makes the new Nokia Classic mobile phone the most beautiful, well built and competitively priced offer available
Nokia classic 6700 cell phone features
The Nokia 6700 leads the classic cell phone collection, which continues the legacy of one of the company's most successful mobile phone, the Nokia 6300. "The Nokia 6300 handset raised the bar in terms of design and premium materials when it arrived in 2006 and topped all sales records for a mid-range mobile phone. The Nokia 6700 classic cell phone moves that bar even higher with a beautiful, slim design and perfectly balanced practicality," said Soren Petersen, Senior Vice President, Nokia. "The Nokia Classic 6700 phone shares the same 'DNA' as its predecessor and we believe that it will be one of our best selling mobile phones in 2009," continued Petersen.
Nokia Classic Sales package contents
• Nokia 6700 classic phone
• Nokia Battery BL-6Q (960 mAh)
• 1GB SD flash memory card
• Nokia USB headset (WH-203)
• Nokia Connectivity Cable (CA-101)
• Nokia High Efficiency Charger (AC-8)
• Nokia Quick start user guide
Nokia 6700 features
The Nokia 6700 mobile phone combines a smooth surface, rich materials and precisely crafted parts with a full metal keymat which completes the premium finish. Improving on all areas of its forerunner, the Nokia 6700 classic comes with a 5 megapixel digital camera, assisted GPS navigation with Nokia Maps, and high speed data access meaning sharing images or video is faster and easier than ever.
Nokia 6700 classic price & availability
At an estimated retail price of EUR 235, before taxes and subsidies, the Nokia 6700 classic addresses the original Nokia 6300 customer need and aspiration level perfectly. The Nokia 6700 classic mobile phone is expected to ship in the second quarter of 2009.