First up, the 6300 (pictured below), packing all of Nokia’s standard mobile gubbins in a shell just over 13mm thick. Clad in chic stainless steel, its “organic curves” make it the “evolution of the modern monoblock” according to Nokia. So there.
The 6290 is an altogether different beast. Crammed inside its clamshell are the guts of a true smart phone, running Nokia’s S60 3rd Edition and hopping on 3G networks with ease. Smartly designed quick keys on the cover mean you needn’t fiddle with its flip action for the most common queries.
The all new 6086 is a slight disappointment specs wise. Nokia’s touting it as a cameraphone, but with a measly VGA camera it’s hardly a challenge to megapixel mobiles. It’s a slick little number on the outside though, clad in an all metal case and it’s quad band too, so the perfect partner for frequent travellers.
Last is the 2626, a budget blower with a colourful exterior. Nokia’s slipped in an FM radio, and slapped a range of coloured shells on for good measure, there’s anything from “Fiery Red” to “Spatial Blue”, as well as the obligatory pink. Something for everyone then.