Money for old mobile could be put towards upgraded Nokia 6700 classic
1 July 2010 — 7:13 PM
Earning money for an old mobile phone may be one way to afford the Nokia 6700 classic, which is now available with a significant software upgrade.
The improvements create a range of additional benefits for those who own the device, including the arrival of a free navigation system to help drivers, explains the Nokia Conversations blog.
There is also an enhancement of the official Nokia map service, which could also be handy for those requiring help with their journeys.
But the upgrade to the Nokia 6700 classic is not confined to the navigation tools - with new camera software now in operation, the publication states.
The handset, which was dubbed 'the little black dress of phones' by its designer, has been fitted with more reliable Bluetooth connection points and a new menu that should make it easier to use.
Nokia is the world's largest manufacturer of mobile phones, with more than a billion sold each year.
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