The Nokia 6700 Classic is one of three new Classic handsets announced of late by Nokia. With all the hype surrounding iPhone and efforts to better iPhone or create an alternative for iPhone, it is very pleasing to see Telecom major Nokia still paying attention to mid-range market by releasing Nokia 6700 classic recently. The Nokia 6700 Classic is priced at 235 euros (~$307 US) and is an official successor to the extremely popular Nokia 6300, which became one of the top selling mid-range phones ever.

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Offering a 5 mega pixel autofocus camera with built-in LED flash, digital zoom and VGA video capture at 15fps, the Nokia Classic 6700 is equipped with far better navigation tools. This phone, combines smooth surfaces, rich materials and precisely crafted parts with a full metal keymat which completes the premium finish. The all new Nokia 6700 comes with a assisted GPS navigation with Nokia Maps, and high speed data access meaning sharing images or video is faster and easier than ever. Not only will the Nokia 6700 Classic help you to plan your routes and detail local points of interest but will enable super fast downloads using 3G connectivity and HSDPA High Speed Data with speeds of up to 10Mbps.


Nokia 6700 Classic Specifications :

• Nokia 6700 classic phone
• Nokia Battery BL-6Q (960 mAh)
• 1GB SD flash memory card
• Nokia USB headset (WH-203)
• Nokia Connectivity Cable (CA-101)
• Nokia High Efficiency Charger (AC-8)
• Nokia Quick start user guide

To get the Complete Technical and Functional Specifications, visit the Nokia page

Nokia 6700 Photo Gallery

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  • aritra

    5 MP ?? thats too much .. man ! :0

    Everything looks good, but y LED flash? Nokia should have stayed with xenon. 100 LEDS < 1 Xenon flash.

    TFS :)

    • http://techpp.com Raju

      @aritra,
      you are right, but that is where these mobile companies play smart. They don’t give all good things in 1 phone ;)

  • Symbian Central

    Still it isn’t Symbian OS Nokia which I prefer