Thursday, May 31, 2007

Nokia unveils three new phones

Reuters - Leading mobile phone maker Nokia said on Thursday it would introduce three new phone models to its line-up, two of them mid-range and one at the higher end of the market.

The Nokia 6500 Classic is a thin 3G-enabled phone, and has quad-band for global use, as well as a micro-USB connector. The 9.5 mm thick phone, one of Nokia's thinnest, is expected to hit the stores in the third quarter and retail for 320 euros ($430) before taxes and subsidies, Nokia said.



The 6500 Slide is a 3G phone with a 3.2 megapixel camera and a stainless steel body, and is expected to sell for 370 euros, starting in the third quarter.

The Nokia 8600 Luna is a design-driven stainless steel and glass phone with a 2 megapixel camera. It is expected to retail, starting in the current quarter, for around 700 euros before taxes and subsidies, Nokia said.

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