Nokia unveils 'a real head turner'
24 November 2009 — 9:57 AM
Shoppers looking to recycle mobile phones for a device that will "turn heads" may welcome the latest announcement from Nokia.
The Finnish manufacturer unveiled details of a new device this week that it said is designed to look good, while delivering a number of attractive multimedia and photographic facilities.
Available in pink, red, petrol blue, aluminium, lime and purple, the Nokia 6700 slide is equipped with a five-megapixel snapper that boasts Carl Zeiss optics.
In addition, the model offers 3G connectivity, which the company explained makes it "perfect for capturing and sharing moments as they happen".
The slider-style handset's slimline dimensions were also highlighted and its ability to slip easily into a pocket or handbag was noted as another reason it might appeal to shoppers - which could include those recycling mobile phones.
Nokia recently announced the launch of its eagerly-anticipated new N900 model in the US, drawing attention to the smartphone's status as a portable computing solution.
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