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Thursday, 10 April 2008 11:27

Nokia announces 1680 Classic

Written by Muamer Odobasic

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The most affordable camera phone so far

 

Nokia's official Website lists, among other phones, the Nokia 1680 Classic. This is a candybar phone and belongs to the lower mid-range. Nokia claims that this is the most affordable camera phone ever to hit the market.

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Its dimensions are 108x46x15mm, and it weighs 73.7 grams together with a BL-5CA 700mAh battery. This battery will give you 7.6 hours of conversation, or 420 hours in standby mode. It packs a 128x160 pixel display, VGA digital camera with recording and viewing options and an integrated mono speaker. It's basically a basic function phone with VGA camera and e-mail support.

The phone should hit the shelves in Q2 2008 and will cost around €50, (VAT not included).

You can find out more here.

Last modified on Thursday, 10 April 2008 15:52
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