Sony Ericsson have today announced the launch of their Aspen business mobile, the latest eco-friendly addition to their GreenHeart portfolio. Billed as the "business phone with a conscience", the Aspen features both a 2,4 inch touchscreen and full QWERTY keyboard,…
The Nokia 6700 will go on sale in the UK on Friday for £269.00 SIM free.
The much-anticipated successor to one of Nokia’s biggest ever selling handsets, the Nokia 6300, the Nokia 6700 is available to pre-order at www.nokia.co.uk/6700preorder from today and will be available from all other operator and retail partners from Friday 26th June.
The mid-range 6700 isn’t a feature heavy as high-end smartphones but it does wield a 5 megapixel camera, assisted GPS navigation with Nokia Maps, and high speed data access.
It also comes with access to Nokia’s useful Ovi portal and app store aswell as other webservices including Flickr and Facebook. It provides an Internet experience using Webkit’s open source browser.
Mark Loughran, Managing Director of Nokia UK, said, “The Nokia 6700 is set to be one of our biggest selling devices for 2009 taking its style from our premium devices and incorporating expert functionality it will redefine what is expected from a mid range device making it a worthy successor to the Nokia 6300.”
Think you can bash out those work emails faster without a QWERTY keyboard? Grab one of Nokia’s E66 smartphones, and show me.
Much the same as the E71 also announced today, the E66 comes ready with push email and Microsoft Exchange, for viewing Microsoft documents as well as accessing calendars, contacts and tasks. HSDPA, A-GPS, Nokia Maps, and a 3.2-megapixel camera are all supplied, however the one main difference between the two handsets (apart from the obvious lack of a QWERTY), is that…