Rogers has just launched a rather old Nokia phone: the 6700 slide (officially announced way back in November 2009).
The 6700 slide costs $79.99 on a 3-yr contract agreement and features Symbian S60, a 2.2 inch QVGA screen, HSPA connectivity, Ovi Maps, 5MP autofocus camera with Carl Zeiss optics and Led flash, and front-facing videocalling camera. The handset doesn’t have GPS and Wi-Fi, so paying $79.99 on contract (more than for the N97 mini, which is now $49.99) is not really a wise choice – the sans contract price ($229.99) is way more attractive.
The Nokia 6700 is available here at Rogers.
If the 6700 slide is not what you’re looking for, maybe the S40-based Nokia C3 is.
Via Mobile Syrup
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