Nokia announces three new mid-level phones
Nokia 3500 classic is tri-band GSM candybar with 2-megapixel camera, MP3 player and FM radio. The microSD slot will allow you for up to several GB of storage, on which to put the music files for the MP3 player. The phone runs on Series 40 interface and its display is with resolution of 128x160 pixels.
clamshell with internal antenna, quad-band GSM with dual-band (850/2100MHz)
UMTS which can be used in both Europe and America. Its external display is like
the one of the 3500 – 128x160 and below it are the multimedia keys. On the
inside, it has QVGA display with 16 million colors, which is the main one. It
is used as a viewfinder for the 2-megapixel camera that can also capture videos
with VGA (640x480) resolution. Of course it has microSD slot and supports a few
music formats for the player. 6267 also runs on Series 40.
The third new phone is
the 6121 classic, and it is actually a variation of the 6120 classic. Series 60
smartphone, it is elegant candybar with 2-megapixel camera and microSD card
slot. Like the 6120, the 6121 is quad-band GSM but it has different UMTS bands:
900/2100 MHz, instead of 850/2100 MHz which allowed it to work in the US. This
new version is not meant for the US, where the 6120 can be used.
All the three phones are scheduled for Q3 release.