The Nokia 6700 Classic has been called "nothing fancy" in a new article this week, while still impressing its writer.
According to Trusted Reviews, the Finnish manufacturer has succeeded in creating a device that is stripped of many of the features that now come with the latest phones.
GPS and HDSPA technology for up to 10 Mbps are included on the device, as is access to the Opera Mini web browser, although the piece suggested this suffers on the small screen that comes with the model.
"Good battery life" was also noted as a welcome feature and having "quite a bit" of memory onboard means music and other files can be kept easily.
In conclusion, the review awarded the Nokia 6700 Classic with a score of eight out of ten for its design and seven for its features and functionality.
Another recent piece considering the pros and cons of the same model saw Gareth Beavis suggest on Tech Radar that the gadget could be ideal "for the person who wants a decent phone at a reasonable price".
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