NOKIA INDIA LAUNCHES 6700 AND 6303 MOBILE PHONE

By July 25th, 2009 AT 4:25 PM

NOKIA INDIA LAUNCHES 6700 AND 6303 MOBILE PHONELeading Mobile handset maker Nokia India has today launched two new mobile phone, Nokia 6700 and Nokia 6303 the Classic Mobile phones in India. These phones are designed with new applications and good quality camera and vision.

Nokia 6700 classic is made up of a 5 megapixels camera with (4x digital zoom), a internal memory of 170MB been provided, 3G (HSDPA) 10MB/sec and (HSUPA) 2MB/sec network.

While the Nokia 6303 has a 3.2 mega-pixels camera with (8x digital zoom), internal memory of 64MB, it don’t have a 3G network it work with 2G (GSM 900 / 1800 / 1900), a battery backup of 7 hrs.

Both mobile phones have a stainless-steel body along with a (TFT) screen of 2.2-inches which gives a resolution of 320×240 pixels and it gives 16.7 million colors and are S40 series phones

The Nokia 6700 Classic measures 109.8 x 45 x 11.2 mm and weighs 113g, while the Nokia 6303 Classic’s dimensions are 108.8 x 46.2 x 11.7 mm and is 96gm in weight. Nokia 6700 comes with an integrated A-GPS. The 6303 supports external GPS receiver and comes with Nokia Maps application.

These phones come with a Micro-USB connector and also a 3.5 mm stereo headphone plug is provided for music. Nokia 6700 can hold up to 8GB capacity in a microSD memory card slot. Nokia has priced the 6700 Classic phone just for Rs.14000 whiles the 6303 Classic for Rs.8, 000.

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