Nokia revealed four new handsets at Mobile World Congress 2009 in Barcelona
The Nokia 6720 classic has a slightly curved shape and offers active noise cancellation.
The Nokia 6710 Navigator has a touch area for easy zooming and a large display optimised for outdoor viewing. In addition, Nokia Maps has been updated to include a number of new features such as high-resolution aerial images, 3D landmarks for more than 200 cities, terrain maps, weather service, premium travel and events content, and traffic and safety warnings.
The last handset is the compact Nokia E55 smartphone, which is equipped with a QWERTY keyboard. It will be the first phone to ship with Nokia's new e-mail user interface, which the company says will offer a richer messaging experience.
The company claims the Nokia E55 mobile phone is the most compact QWERTY device on the market; the phone's battery life is also being promoted as a standout feature. The Nokia E55 provides up to 28 days of standby time.
The Nokia E75 offers both numeric and slide out QWERTY keyboards and two customisable home screens for business and personal use. It also has an integrated GPS receiver and a standard 3.5mm audio jack.
Also announced was the Nokia 6720 classic. It includes a 5-megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics and dual LED flash. It is HSDPA capable and offers a built-in GPS.
At the Mobile World Congress Nokia revealed the latest addition to its Navigator line: the Nokia 6710 Navigator. It includes the Nokia Maps application with real time "drive and walk" navigation, full regional maps and a dedicated navigator key. It will also come bundled with a car cradle.
Nokia also announced two new additions to its business-focussed Eseries range, the first of which is the Nokia E75 — an upgrade to the popular Nokia E71.
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