Nokia reveals "mid-range classics"

15 February 2010 — 5:28 PM

Nokia phones could drive mobile recycling

Nokia has highlighted some of its recent smartphone releases and dubbed them "mid-range classics", which could encourage consumers to sell their used phones for cash to put towards purchasing them.

The Nokia Conversations blog has highlighted some its best smartphones currently available to buy for their achievements in bringing a wider range of apps to a larger group of people.

Nokia's 6700 Classic is one of the handsets that has received praise and earned it the description of being the "little black dress of phones" due to its relatively simple design, ruggedness and the fact that its features mean it seems unlikely to date too quickly.

The manufacturer's 5310 XpressMusic is also put under the spotlight thanks to its capabilities as a music phone, which mean it "can be tucked away in a pocket as easily as any mp3 player".

Rounding off the mid-range selection is the 5230, a handset that could prove ideal for social networking thanks to "high-speed internet, a finger-friendly interface and access to Facebook and the like directly from the homescreen".

Nokia recently reported that more than one million people have downloaded Ovi Maps since the application became available for free on January 21st.

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