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14th October 2014 – 1 comment
Joe Minihane spends some quality time with Nokia's new challenger.
3rd October 2014
Pureview camera, long-life battery and Windows Phone 8.1
12th September 2014
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11th September 2014
End of an era.
9th September 2014
So says CVP of Microsoft.
4th September 2014
New Lumia phone packs impressive camera credentials.
The Nokia 6700 Classic Black is a super-slim and multi-functional mobile phone with everything from a brilliant web browser, five megapixel camera and cutting-edge GPS navigation. In a nutshell, it's outstanding.
If you’re in the market for a phone with a traditional layout, but which doesn’t compromise on functionality, the Nokia 6700 Classic could be just what you’re looking for. With its classic candybar form factor, practical menus and physical keypad, it’s supremely easy to use.
Chief among its great functions is GPS support with Nokia Maps for sat-nav-style navigation. This means you’ll seldom be lost no matter how unfamiliar your location. And just as impressive is the onboard five megapixel camera with autofocus and LED flash that excels at capturing fun snaps and records video at 15 frames per second too.
On the go entertainment is also one of the Classic 6700’s strong suits. The built-in media player means you can enjoy music and movies wherever you are. Plus, there’s a web browser installed too for keeping up to date with all the latest news.
Other features of this neat mobile include GPS with support for Nokia Maps, FM radio, email, SMS, MMS, instant messaging, HSDPA support for fast web browsing, voice commands and an organiser.