|At Nokia's annual Capital Market Days taking place in Amsterdam today, Nokia showcased the Nokia 6300, a mid-range model that represents an evolution of the modern monoblock design. Weighing a mere 91 grams and measuring less than 13.1mm thin, the Nokia 6300 is constructed of quality materials and offers a modern suite of features for today's consumer. Featuring a great screen, ergonomic keymat and easy-to-use menu, the Nokia 6300 is expected to begin shipping during the first quarter of 2007 with an estimated retail price of 250 euros before subsidies or taxes. |
"Like an impeccably tailored suit, the Nokia 6300 is perfectly proportioned, always in style, but best appreciated for its attention to detail," said Kai Oistamo, Executive Vice President and General Manager, Mobile Phones, Nokia. "The Nokia 6300 has been developed for consumers who want a mobile phone that offers an uncompromised set of features with highly desirable, sophisticated design. We are confident that the Nokia 6300 will be among our best selling models in 2007."
The clean lines and recessed buttons of the Nokia 6300 are highlighted by a stainless steel frame that adds both design interest and strength. In addition to its organic curves and appealing design, the Nokia 6300 offers a robust range of easy-to-use features, including a 2 megapixel camera with zoom, expandable memory, built-in MP3 player and FM radio. Everything is displayed on a crisp, detailed screen which brings applications like an Opera Mini Browser or games like Sudoku and Snakes III to life.
The Nokia 6300 includes:
- 2 megapixel camera, 8x digital zoom
- 2-inch QVGA screen
- USB/PC Synchronization
- In-box memory of 135MB, with support for up to 2GB microSD cards
- Voice dialing, voice commands and voice recording
- MP3 player, FM radio
- Integrated hands-free speaker
The Nokia 6300 has a talk-time of up to 3.5 hours and a standby time of up to 14 days.