Excerpt: Nokia er et kendt navn i mobilbranchen og blandt de mest solgte mærker inden for mobiltelefoner på verdensplan.Nokia-enheder har en god vilje designe trendy mobiltelefoner med høj funktionel funktioner og brugervenlige applikationer, for at give dig værdi for dine penge.Dette er grunden til, at Nokia er i konstant konkurrence med nogle af de bedst sælgende mobiltelefon mærker i verden, herunder HTC, LG, Sony Erickson, osv.
Excerpt: The Nokia 6700 that I’m reviewing here is the latest in Nokia’s illustrious Classic line of mobile phones. Classic not in the sense that it’s an all-singing all-dancing super-phone, but in that forms the core of Nokia’s entire line-up.
Nokia 6700 Classic - dazzles with 5MP camera & GPS at Rs. 15,469
28 May 2010
Summary: Nokia 6700 classic promises to be a good mid-range mobile with feature-rich multimedia options and aptly winning the Best Performer title in its category, with a sublime performance across most of the tests conducted at the Digit Test Center.
Pros: Solid all metal steel body, User-friendly interface, 5MP camera with auto-focus & LED flash
Cons: Lack of beveling & key markers on the keypad, Lacks Wi-Fi and touchscreen features
Conclusion: Although most manufacturers are heavily attacking the touchscreen segment of the cell phone market now, Nokia - the world's largest cell phone manufacturer - is still relying mainly on its non-touch business. Devices like the Nokia 6700 slide prove that. And the 6700 slide is definitely not a phone to be overlooked. First off, its appearance is a breath of fresh air in these days of touchscreen slates.
Pros: Appealing design, Nice construction, Available in many different colors, Great call quality, Good still images
Cons: Interface needs a refresher, Mediocre video recording, Headset from the box is not good enough
Excerpt: Nokia 6300 was a very, very successful mobile phone, had great demand, and still attracts the attention of fans of the Finnish mark. The phone had such a demand that some other major manufacturers copied the design of 6300. So Nokia itself replicates its own product, producing the following novelty – Nokia 6700 classic. Let us not compare these two models, because the similarities and differences can be seen in the illustrations.
Excerpt: The new Nokia 6700 handset has been tagged as 'classic' only because of its bar form, but everything else points to an advanced mobile phone with a stylish look. Even though it's just a mid-budget phone and doesn't feature the well-known Symbian OS, Nokia 6700 can be one of the best choices for a businessperson, but only as a 'second phone.' Sleek and shiny the phone will definitely appeal to all consumer targets that can pay its price.
Pros: Besides the extremely well-designed shapes and the metallic material used for the manufacture, Nokia 6700 has many goodies to offer to its users. The 5-megapixel camera, the excellent display, built-in GPS receiver, 10Mbps HSDPA connectivity and a good price. Also, the new, improved UI S40 6th Edition makes a good addition to this device.
Cons: The most important drawback of the device is probably the low talking time. Even though it's not the lowest you can get, a businessperson will probably not be satisfied with the numbers 6700 has to offer. Other minor downsides are the lack of the geo-tagging function for the camera and the presence of a 3.5mm audio jack port. Sales Package Nokia 6700 classic handset; Nokia Battery BL-6Q (970 mAh); 1GB SD card; Nokia microUSB headset (WH-203); Nokia Connectivity Cable ...
Summary: A basic handset that's well designed, the Nokia 6700 classic's stainless steel casing and simple user interface will impress users only interested in calls, text and the occasional photo - which, believe it or not, is still a fair chunk of the population.
Summary: One of the technologies we overlooked in this review is UNC - Uplink Noise Cancellation. Up until this moment Nokia have been using Voice Clarity feat that improved your voice quality, but it's more of an equalizer than anything else. The idea behind UNC stems from mobile accessories and Bluetooth headsets in particular - the 6700's casing houses two microphones, and each one analyzes your current environment, trying to separate your voice from background noises.
Conclusion: The Nokia 6700 is set to be a huge success for Nokia. It offers everything you could want from a phone (well, except for a touchscreen!) at a bargain price, and with sleek styling. In fact, its feature/price ratio is so good, Nokia might have trouble convincing users to upgrade to one of its higher end phones!
Summary: Forget large screens, forget touch support, banish all thought of multiple, customisable home screens from your mind. The 6700 Classic will have none of it. Instead this is a straightforward-ish mobile phone with some extras tacked on. Mind you at just Rs. 14,000 it's a pretty good bargain. And if you trade in your old mobile phone you get a sleek carry case with Priyanka Chopra's signature on it. That's what we call a nice looking deal.