Latest phone from Nokia 'builds on predecessor'

29 January 2009 — 2:00 PM

Nokia has taken inspiration from one of its most popular devices in its latest phones, it has emerged.

This week the Finnish manufacturer announced the launch of three new handsets in the Classic range, the 6303, 2700 and 6700 - and claimed the latter owed a great deal to one of its predecessors.

It was noted the Nokia 6700 Classic builds on the successes of the previous 6300 model - but adds a little bit more in terms of practicality, design and the inclusion of a number of new features.

The phone comes with Nokia Maps - that makes full use of its GPS navigation technology - and has an integrated five-megapixel camera and high speed 3G connectivity.

Soren Petersen, senior vice-president of Nokia, said: "The Nokia 6300 raised the bar in terms of design and premium materials when it arrived in 2006 … The Nokia 6700 moves that bar even higher."

Nokia recently launched its first ever touchscreen device - the 5800 XpressMusic.

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