Latest phones from Nokia 'offer music and affordability'
30 January 2009 — 1:45 PM
Two handsets have been launched by Nokia which could temp those recycling mobile phones in favour of a new model.
It was announced this week that with the 2700 and 6303 Classic, consumers could expect affordability and music on the move from the respective devices.
Nokia's entry-level 2700 is equipped with a two-megapixel camera, 2GB memory card support, an integrated music player and access to the internet - which the firm's senior vice-president, Soren Petersen, said could be of interest to some.
"The rich features and simple interface mean that in many cases, the Nokia 2700 classic will provide its owner's first internet experience," he added.
For music lovers, the 6303 boasts a 3.5mm audio jack and enough memory to hold "thousands" of songs - in addition to a 3.2-megapixel camera, Nokia Maps and a 2.1-inch colour screen.
The company recently launched its first touchscreen device - the 5800 XpressMusic.
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