New Nokia 3500 Classic And Nokia 6121 Classic

Posted: Jun 18 2007, 4:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:23am CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

 
New Nokia 3500 classic and Nokia 6121 classic
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Nokia introduces two new mobile phones with the classic appendage.

The Nokia 3500 classic (photo) will be available as a collection of vibrant colors with keymat split line coloring.
Features of the Nokia 3500 classic include 2MP camera, FM tuner, IM, 2,000 contacts storage, 3 hours talk-time and 12 days standby. The Nokia 3500 classic will sell for 135 Euros (~$180).The Nokia 6121 classic is a 3G phone featuring a 2MP camera and 4X- digital zoom, flash and panorama mode.
Other features of the HSDPA enabled 6121 classic include web browser, 2nd camera, video streaming and email with attachments.
The anticipated retail price of the Nokia 6121 classic is EUR 260 (~$348), before taxes and subsidies.
Via this Nokia press-release. Shop for Nokia Phones.

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