Nokia has unveiled three additions to its mobile phone portfolio for the mid-range market at its annual Nokia Connection event in Singapore today.
The Nokia 6267 includes an enhanced music player and dedicated keys to offer 'uncomplicated' listening to music. It also offers high speed video and two cameras, including a 2-megapixel unit with flash and 8x digital zoom.
The device can deliver up to 6.5 hours of talk time and up to 12.5 days of standby time.
The 3G-enabled 6267 has a clamshell design and offers a large keypad and high resolution screen, calendar, organiser and support for up to 4GB of expandable memory.
The Nokia 3500 Classic offers more traditional features in a simple design, available as in a collection of colours with key-mat split line colouring around a metal frame.
The 3500 Classic comes with an FM radio, 2-megapixel camera, instant messaging and space for 2,000 contacts. It offers up to three hours talk time and up to 12 days standby time.
Lastly, the Nokia 6121 Classic is a compact design which supports quad-band GSM and WCDMA 900/2100. It sports a 2-megapixel camera and 4x digital zoom, flash and panorama mode.
The 6267, 3100 Classic and 6121 Classic are expected to retail for €240, €135 and €260 respectively, before taxes and subsidies.
The phones are expected to begin shipping in the third quarter 2007.
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