Today Nokia announced the modern successor of the Nokia 6300 which was marketed as “beauty of simplicity” and become popular during the time. This time the Nokia 6700 classic comes with full of features.

The Nokia 6700 classic seems to be the latest S40 handset with 5 megapixel camera with autofocus. Another important features are GPS navigation provided by Nokia Maps and Nokia WebKit Open Source Browser which comes only with some of the S60 smartphones.

Its slim design of 11mm catches the eye with its full metal body and 2.2″ 16M color QVGA display. As a connectivity features it has both quad-band GSM support and tri-band UMTS networks sport with HSDPA up to 10 Mbps.

Also similar to the Arte handsets by Nokia, Nokia 6700 classic has built-in accelerometer which enables you tap-for-clock and turn-to-mute features.

Also there is Flash Light 3 support which was also available in Nokia 6260 slide so that you can watch Flash videos with your handset. We don’t ever mention the preinstalled Windows Messenger for Mobile for your chatting purposes.

However what is missing is the video recording, Wi-Fi connectivity and document viewer softwares which were available in Nokia 6260 maybe to reduce the price to lower mid-range.

The release date for the Nokia 6700 classic is estimated to be Q3 of 2009, so it is not very near and its price is expected to be around 253 euros. There will be 1GB microSD card on the package and some of the color options available so far includes Silver metallic, Matte metallic, Brown and Black metallic.