By May 21st, 2009 AT 1:22 PM

Nokia3GNokia today unveiled its much awaited low cost 3G handsets Nokia 2730,Nokia7030 and Nokia 2720 which would come at price margin of Rs 3000 to Rs 6000, this comes at a time when Nokia reported its worst ever quarter ending in March and has given up the market share for premium phones like Apple and RIM.Nokia 2730 comes with a two inch QVGA display and has a micro USB connector with Bluetooth 2.0 and has a 2 megapixel camera with 4x digital Zoom Nokia claims N2730 can offer 3.3 hours of talktime and this comes for a price tag of Rs 5,000.

Nokia 2720 supports WCDMA 3G bands making it a super world phone inside you will find a speakerphone a 2 mega pixel camera GPS with Nokia Maps and a personal organizer Fm Radio the company claims it can offer 5 hours of talktime and this comes for a price tag of Rs 3,600.

Nokia 7020 (Flip) comes with a bunch of business application and a 2megapixel camera with EDGE support with 45MB internal Memory if you are looking a great looking cell phone without the heavy price tag then Nokia 7020 is said to be the one for you with a throwaway price of Rs 6,000

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Is nokia 6303i is a 3g phone?????/


I want to know about 3G that kya ye dusre functions rbkhta hai jaise memory card.

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