Nokia readies mid-range trio: 3500, 6121 and 6267

Nokia will introduce three new mid-range handsets around autumn time including the 3G-enabled 6267 clamshell, the 6121 Classic with HSDPA download speeds and the EDGE-supporting 3500 Classic.

First up is the 6267 clamshell that closely resembles the 6131 in design. However this new phone packs 3G-abilities, harbours a two-megapixel snapper that records video in VGA-quality plus a second lens for video calling. The 6267 also features a music player supporting MP3, AAC and eAAC+ formats, front music controls and microSD card for storage up to 4GB.

Some of you may recognise the new 6121 Classic handset (picture right) because it's identical to the recently launched 6120 phone, reported here. In fact we're not sure what sets them apart. The 6121 is another clean looking candybar along the lines of the 6233, but features a Symbian Series 60 OS, express HSDPA download speeds, a two-megapixel shutterbug and a 16-million colour display.

Lastly, the 3500 (pictured left), is another member of Nokia's new Classic series and the more basic of the three. This slimline 13.1mm thick monoblock relies on an EDGE connection and sports a two-megapixel camera lens, FM radio, 262,000 coloured but has no memory card slot to speak of.

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