Beside the heavily equipped Nokia 6700c, Nokia also announced two new phones - the 3 megapixel Nokia 6303 classic and cheap the Nokia 2700 classic. The devices are nothing revolutionary, however each of those targets a specific market segment and seems to have its place under the sun.
Nokia 6303 classic aims at the lower midrange market with a 3 megapixel autofocus camera, a 2.2 inch QVGA 16M color display, Nokia Maps, and a 3.5mm audio jack.
At 11.7mm thickness, the Nokia 6303 has tri-band GSM support and no 3G. The microSD memory card slot accepts cards up to 4GB, while the FM radio supports RDS.
The Nokia 6303 also uses the excellent Nokia WebKit Open Source Browser, previously available only on the Symbian S60 smartphones and has Flash Lite 3 support, which should allow for watching Flash videos online.
The Nokia 6303 will ship in Q3 2009 with 1GB microSD car in Matt Black or Steel at an estimated retail price of 135 euro before subsidies and taxes.
The Nokia 2700 classic is a rather modest offering with only a 2 megapixel camera with QCIF video recording and 2-inch 2622K-color QVGA display.
The Nokia 2700 classic has a quad-band GSM support and uses only GPRS/EDGE for network transfers. There's also a FM radio with RDS, microSD card (up to 2GB) and Bluetooth support.
The Nokia 2700 classic will be available in Q3 2009 Jet Black, Mahogany Red and Frost Gray at an estimated price of 65 euro before subsidies and taxes.