Nokia unveiled two new 3G slider phones, the Nokia 6700 slide and Nokia 7230, made for the design-conscious consumer and optimized for socializing and sharing media. Available in various fresh colors, with great imaging features and quick access to popular social networking communities, the Nokia 6700 slide and Nokia 7230 make a real style statement.
Both devices are expected to become available in the first quarter of 2010, and the retail prices before taxes and subsidies are anticipated to be $239 for the Nokia 6700 slide, and $149 for the Nokia 7230.
With a choice of six fresh and vivid colors – pink, red, petrol blue, aluminum, lime and purple – the slimline Symbian-Powered Nokia 6700 compact in size, has a modern design and an aluminum finish. The 5-megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics lets you take SLR type photos, and your images can be edited on the go and uploaded to the web directly from the camera menu using the device’s high speed 3G or HSDPA/HSUPA connectivity. Other features include a 2.2 inch QVGA display, Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR, an FM radio and microSD expansion slot
The Nokia 7230’s compact slide design, colorful looks and solid set of features are a package that offers great value for money. Also available in a rainbow of colors, the 3.2 megapixel camera, large 2.4″ QVGA display and fast 3G connectivity are robust advantages for a pseudo-entry-level phone. Other features include FM radio, Bluetooth, microSD expansion lot and Symbian S40 OS. With the Nokia 7230 in your pocket, you also have quick access to email, instant messaging and social networks on the go, and the subtle illumination indicates if you have missed calls or messages from your friends. (www.nokia.com)