Other than the Nokia 6700 classic, two other midrange handsets were on the announcement list of Nokia. The Nokia 6303 classic and the Nokia 2700 classic targetted specific markets with their reasonable prices.

On the Nokia 6303 classic feature list, there is 3 MP camera, 2.2″ QVGA 16M display, 3.5mm audio jack and Nokia Maps. Also as connectivity and multimedia features there is tri-band GSM support, microSD memory card which is expandable up to 4GB and FM radio with RDS option.

Also it is strange that Nokia 6303 is equipped with Nokia Webkit Open Source Browser since it was only found in Symbian S60 smartphones so far, but Nokia seemed to put it in its newer handsets. Also there is Flash support available for watching Flash videos.

Nokia 6303 will be released on markets in Q3 2009 and its expected price is 135 euro before any taxes. On the retail package there is 1GB microSD card and Matt Black or Steel color options are available.

As the second modest handset on the announcement list the Nokia 2700 classic has a 2 megapixel camera, 2″ 262K color display and QCIF video recording.

As connectivity and multimedia features, it has quad-band GSM support and uses only GPRS and EDGE for network date transfer, microSD card, Bluetooth and FM radio with RDS.

The Nokia 2700c is expected to be on shelves in Q3 2009 with its low price of only 65 euros without any taxes. There is also a great range of colors available including Jet Black, Forest Gray and Mahogany Red.