The 5 megapixel Nokia 6700 classic is the latest S40 device by Nokia, considered as a modern successor of the popular Nokia 6300 and expected to become a bestseller as its forerunner.
The feature-rich specs sheet of the Nokia 6700 classic will serve you with stuff such as a 5 megapixel autofocus camera, GPS navigation with Nokia Maps and the awesome Nokia WebKit Open Source Browser, previously available only on the Symbian S60 smartphones.
At only 11mm of thickness, the Nokia 6700 sports a full metal keymat, a 2.2-inch 16M color QVGA display and supports both quad-band GSM and tri-band UMTS networks (plus HSDPA up to 10 Mbps).
The Nokia 6700 classic also has a built-in accelerometer for tap-for-clock and turn-to-mute features, which we first saw in the Nokia Arte lineup.
Unfortunately, video recording with 6700c maxes out at VGA@15fps (or CIF@30fps) and there doesn't seem to be Wi-Fi connectivity or even a document viewer, which were both available on the Nokia 6260 slide.
Much like the 6260 slide however, there will be Flash Light 3 support, which should allow watching Flash video on the go. The Windows Live messenger will also come preinstalled on the device.
The Nokia 6700 will ship with 1GB microSD card in Silver metallic, Matte metallic, Black metallic, and Brown metallic colors at an estimated retail price of 235 euro in Q3 2009.