Nokia has announced its latest mobile handset, the Nokia 6700 Classic. This model is the sequel to the best-selling but ageing 6300 from 19 June. This latest device has a 2.2-inch 16M color QVGA display with a 5MP camera, quad-band GSM and tri-band UMTS networks (plus HSDPA up to 10 Mbps), GPS navigation with Nokia Maps and the awesome Nokia WebKit Open Source Browser, previously available only on the Symbian S60 smartphones.
- 2.2-inch TFT 16M colors display with resolution of 240×320 pixels
- 5MP camera (4x digital zoom) with AutoFocus and LED flash
- Accelerometer sensor
- 170MB internal user memory
- Noise Cancellation
- HSDPA 10MB/sec and HSUPA 2MB/sec network
- Bluetooth v2.1
- microSD memory card slot, upto 8 GB
- microUSB port, for data, audio and charging
- A-GPS support with Nokia Maps(30 days license free)
- Stereo FM Radio
- Music player
- Web Browser
- Li-Ion 960 mAh battery
This phone is available in Chrome, Matt steel, Black and sold for Rs. 14,000 in India.