It’ll feature a 5-megapixel camera, A-GPS with Nokia Maps and high-speed data access though no specific data speed rates were mentioned. It’s estimated to cost €235 or roughly $310 before tax and subsidies.
The 6303 Classic, meanwhile, offers a 2.2-inch display, 3.2-megapixel camera, Nokia Maps and a 3.5mm headset jack.
It also boasts of an excellent battery life though no exact figures were given. It’s expected to retail for €135 ($178) when it's released.
Last, but not the least, the 2700 Classic features a 2-megapixel camera, music player, and microSD card support of up to 2GB in capacity.
Considering that this is the most affordable of the three costing only €65 ($85), it shouldn’t come as a surprise if it doesn’t match the other two in terms of feature-set.
All three phones are expected to become available in Q2 of 2009. They may pose as a direct threat to the likes of the iPhone and T-Mobile G1, but with their simple yet stylish design and decent feature-set, these three will undoubtedly be huge cash cows for Nokia in 2009.