Nokia Releases Low-End Phones: Snooze-gasm

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I almost didn’t post this, but the Fone Fairy told me to. Nokia just launched three phones, the 6267, the 6121, and the 3500 Classic. These are really for mid-range users — they’re basically free phones — and will cost between $0 and $250, depending on carrier subsidies.

The 6267, the clamshell, has 4GB of memory and 2-megapixel camera. It’s also got 3G. About $260.

The 3500 has FM radio and a 2-megapixel camera along with instant messaging. About $150.

The 6121 is uses HSDPA and comes in a standard candybar format. It has a 2-megapixel main camera and forward facing camera for video calls. About $280.

Big deal? Nah. Will we see these soon? Probably not. Let’s all go back to our lunch.

Nokia releases the 3500 Classic, 6121 Classic and 6267 for the mid-range market *UPDATE* [IntoMobile]

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