Nokia's three-step approach to reigniting their "Classic" range is completed with the announcement of the 6303 and 2700. With lower specs, but therefore with a cheaper price tag than the 6700, both the 6303 and 2700 are expected to begin shipping in the second quarter of this year.
As part of the classic range, both handsets sport the traditional candybar format. The Nokia 6303 classic, which has the higher spec of the two, features a 3.2-megapixel camera, 2.2-inch screen and comes preloaded with Nokia Maps. Music fans will also be pleased to find a 3.5mm audio jack that enables you to plug in your own headphones. The handset has an estimated retail price of £124.
The Nokia 2700 classic comes with a rather fetching price tag of around £60. Features include a two-megapixel camera, up to 2GB of storage via the memory card slot and internet capability.