What with all the excitement and thrills of the Sony Ericsson launches yesterday (including the new Walkman phone), we entirely omitted to tell you about Nokia’s latest additions to its handset range. The three new handsets are kind of overshadowed by Sony Ericsson’s 2-megapixel and Walkman offerings, but there’s a couple of notable features. The 6230i is an upgrade which now includes a 1.3-megapixel camera and comes with an MMC memory slot that will store MP3 and AAC files as well as pics and movies. It’s also got an FM radio and Bluetooth. Like the 6230i, the Nokia 6021 is a push to talk handset which means you can connect to callers over GPRS in walkie-talkie style. It’s also a entry level candybar with Bluetooth, while small Nokia 6030 is a basic handset with FM radio. The Nokia 6230i and the Nokia 6021 are expected to start shipping in the second quarter and the Nokia 6030 in the third quarter of 2005.