Amongst Nokia’s new phones announced today is the stylish Nokia 6300, a thin and compact mobile phone with some decent specifications.
Size wise, it’s just 13.1mm thick, 106.mm high and 43.6mm wide, with a stainless steel design, and weighs in at 91 grams.
It comes with a 2 megapixel digital camera with 8x digital zoom, able to take 1280×960 resolution still images and 176×144 videos.
It has a 2-inch QVGA screen able to display 16.7m colours at 320×240 resolution.
It synchronises with a PC via USB, has a standard memory of 135MB and can be expanded to 2GB using microSD cards. It’s an MP3 player and FM radio, has voice dialling, voice commands and voice recording, and an integrated hands-free speaker. Communications wise it has GPRS, EGPRS, and Bluetooth.
Talk time is up to 3.5 hours and standby of up to 14 days.
It should be available in the first quarter of 2007, exact pricing and availability to be confirmed, but RRP is around €250.