Nokia introduced three monoblock phone

 
January 29, 2009, 2:31 pm

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nokia introduced three monoblock phone   Nokia introduced three mobile phone - Nokia 6700 classic, Nokia 6303 classic and Nokia 2700 classic. All devices are based on a formula for success Nokia - good features, a memorable design, quality materials and reasonable price, the press service of the manufacturer.
Nokia 6700 classic Nokia 6300 supports a follower, which has become one of the best-selling Nokia phones in the segment of mid-level machines. In the Nokia 6700 classic has a 5 MP camera, A-GPS. The cost will be about 235 euros. Our innovation has the same DNA as its predecessor, and we believe that it is a bestseller in 2009 - said Soren Petersen (Soren Petersen), a senior vice-president of Nokia.
Nokia 6303 classic at a cost of 135 euro will make a great gift for those who are sufficiently functional Nokia 6300. There are 3, 2-MP camera, 2, 2-inch QVGA-screen, 3, 5-mm jack for headphones.
Junior Model Nokia 2700 classic (cost 65 euros) offers users the connector for cards microSD, music player, 2 MP camera. These features will allow people to save, open and share files in hundreds of formats through the service of Share on Ovi and other web sites - said Petersen.
All three monoblocks will be on sale during the second quarter of 2009.

 

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