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Two years ago, Finland's finest struck solid gold with the Nokia 6300 and now it's back with a similar looking phone -- but this time it packs GPS and a 5-megapixel camera. Boasting a full metal casing, the Nokia 6700 looks set to be another winner for the Scandies.

We're seriously excited about this phone -- we absolutely loved the 6300 and this has everything we wanted added to it. There's plenty of feature goodness, including HSDPA, HSUPA, a 5-megapixel camera and an accelerometer, and it looks just superb.

As any phone fan will know, you don't always get want you want -- which is why we loved the 6300. It was achingly simple and we sincerely hope Nokia has made the 6700 just as easy to use. The shocker is you'll be able to pick one up for under £200, which will make it one of the best pay as you go phones out there. On contract, it will most likely be free.

We're so psyched about this phone we think it will outsell the Nokia N97 and become the next ubiquitous Nokia. Simplicity combined with high-end features and an attractive design is Nokia at its best, and we sincerely hope we see more handsets like this in the coming year. As for the Nokia 6700's release date, you'll most likely see it in shops in before the summer.

Click through for more 6700 pics, and details on two more phones from Nokia this year, the 6303 and 2700. Expect full reviews of all of these as soon as we get our hands on them.

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This is the metal back of the 6700. It houses a 5-megapixel camera and has a lovely minimalist look to it.
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Yet another stylish phone, the 6303 keeps it simple but features a 3.5mm headphone jack so you can plug your cans straight in. There's also a 3.2-megapixel camera on the back for taking the odd snapshot. It will also be available before the summer.
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Finally, we've got the Nokia 2700. This will come in at around £50, packs a 2-megapixel camera and a microSD slot that can support up to 2GB. It's no iPhone, but there's no reason it won't do the basics very well. This will also be available before the summer.
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