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Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Nokia's New Launches

The 6700 is the big brother of the two, featuring a 5-megapixel sensor while the 6303 settles for 3.15-megapixel pictures. Both cameras are equipped with autofocus and LED flash, and can shoot VGA video footage at 15 frames per second.

While both phones come with a 2.2-inch screen that displays 16 million colours at a resolution of 240x320 pixels, the 6700 also has an accelerometer fitted underneath to auto-rotate the screen when you change your orientation.

The 6303, on the other hand, is a bit more music-minded as it features a 3.5-mm audio jack to connect your favourite headphones.

The 6700 has 170MB of internal memory, while the 6303 comes with 64MB built in. Of course, this can be expanded with a microSD card of up to 16GB for the 6700 and 4GB for the 6303.

For connectivity, both phones feature EDGE, Bluetooth 2.1 and a microUSB port. The 6700, though, goes a bit further and throws in 3G and GPS too.

As for battery life, the 6303 classic will give you seven hours of continuous talk-time, while those on the 6700 will have to settle for a slightly lesser average of five hours.

Considering these specifications, pricing the 6303 classic at Rs 8,000 and the 6700 classic at Rs 14,000 seems quite fair.

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