Nokia launches three handsets

Nokia announced three handsets that will become available in Q3: The Nokia 6267, 3500 classic and 6121 classic. The first phone, the 6267, is a 3G multimedia phone with dedicated media keys on its keypad. It features 4GB of expandable memory and two cameras, including one 2 mega-pixel camera with 8X digital zoom. It should cost about $320.

The 3500 falls on the low end of the price range in this set at $180. The candy bar style phone comes equipped with FM radio, 2 mega-pixel camera, IM and space for 2,000 contacts.

The 6121 runs on HSDPA and has two cameras, as well. One is for making video calls, according to the company. This handset will cost just under $350.

Nokia did not specify which carriers would support the handsets or when, specifically any of them would become available.

For more on Nokia's latest crop of devices:
- see this review from News.com

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