Nokia announced two new mobile phones yesterday on the Mobile World Congress. Both are a part of Nokia's 6000 series, and the models in question are 6210 Navigator and 6220 Classic. Both use the S60 platform, and music lovers will appreciate stereo Bluetooth support along with their 2.5mm headphone jacks and microSD slot supporting up to 8GB storage.
The 6210 Navigator is a slide phone with a 2,4 inch QVGA display, 3,2 megapixel camera, FM radio receiver and compass for turn-by-turn pedestrian navigation. This model will automatically switch views on the display from vertical to horizontal as soon as you turn it on its side.
The 6210 Navigator hits the shelves in Q2, and will be priced at €300.
Nokia's 6200 Classic is a bar-style phone with 2,2-inch QVGA display and impressive 5 megapixel camera. Of course, the camera features Carl Zeiss optics with autofocus and Xenon flash. Another important detail is recording video at 30fps.
The 6220 Classic hits the shelves in Q3 and will set you back €325.