Nokia today announced four new mobile phones which will be hitting world markets in the first quarter of 2007. Here’s an overview of the four handsets, with links to more detailed descriptions and pictures for each phone:
The Nokia 6300 is a mid-range model, less than 13.1mm thick with a stainless steel frame that will add strength as well as design interest. It sounds as if it will be curvy, and have a decent range of features. Retail cost of the phone will be around €250 – of course deals and availability will vary.
The Nokia 6290 is a smartphone combining the power of the S60 3rd edition and 3G that promises to be easy to use and attractively designed. Features include multiple alarms, quick cover access keys, and an interactive world travel application. Estimated price €325.
The Nokia 6086 is a quad-band GSM and UMA-enabled camera phone in a classic design, large keypad and intuitive user menu. Estimated price €200.
The Nokia 2626 is being aimed at emerging world markets. It will come in a range of bold colours including Fiery Red and Spatial Blue, and include an FM radio. Estimated price €75.
More details to follow.