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Monday, 18 June 2007 23:24

Three new Nokias on the way

Written by Nermin Hajdarbegovic

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Stylish,  clamshell and a smartphone


Nokia launched three new phones for the US market on Sunday.

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The cheapest of the bunch is the Nokia 3500 Classic, and it just goes to show that low end stuff doesn't have to look cheap too. This stylish $180 phone looks really sexy, the design is minimalistic and very elegant, especially considering the price tag. You'll be able to choose between a black, orange and blue back plate. It features a 2 megapixel camera, instant messageing and FM radio.

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The 6267 is a 3G clamshell multimedia phone with a generous 4GBs of memory, a 2 megapixel camera and a video call camera. It will ship in black, silver, blue and orange and it should cost about $320.

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Smartphone lovers have something to look forward to as well. The 3G 6120 Classic supports HSDPA and the business oriented features we've come to expect of Nokia smartphones. It features the same cameras as the 6267. You will have to pay around $350 for this one, and the color choice is a bit more serious too, all silver, black or light blue with black face.

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