It was one of the manufacturers all time best-selling handsets, and now the Nokia 6300 has a successor. The Nokia 6700 classic is aimed at the same mid-range market, although taking a look at its spec sheet you'd be forgiven for mistaking it for a high-end device. Not only does the phone have a five-megapixel camera and HSDPA data access, but users will also be able to get themselves from A to B with the aid of assisted-GPS navigation and Nokia Maps.
Design wise and the Nokia 6700 classic keeps the same candybar format as the 6300, with a full metal keypad. Available in all black or silver and black, it also features the same ‘tap command' to mute the phone or display the clock as found on the Nokia 8800 Arte range.
The Nokia 6700 classic will be available in the UK from July 2009 with an estimated retail price of £220, before taxes and subsidies.