The three handsets are designed to be affordable in their respective market segments.
Picture: Nokia 6700 classic
The top of the line 6700 classic has a cool design that follows the other 6XXX models – with a 5-megapixel autofocus camera and GPS, and a planned (SIM-free) retail price of around £250 inc. VAT.
Picture: Nokia 6303 classic
The mid range 6303 classic has GPS, a 3.2-megapixel camera and a 2.2-inch screen. It also has a standard 3.5mm headphone jack and media player. The 6303 classic should retail (SIM-free) for around £150 inc. VAT.
Picture: Nokia 2700 classic
Finally, the entry level 2700 classic is offering high performance for a budget price (estimated £70 inc. VAT), with its 2-megapixel camera, media player and support for microSD cards up to 2GB. The phone can also be used with Ovi, the Nokia online service that allows data synchronisation, file sharing and other online services. Nokia also believes this phone could be the first time entry level users will access the Internet on their mobile.
All the handsets are due for release in Q2 this year.
More info: Nokia