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N-series phone for the rest of us?

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Nokia is to bring the brushed-metal look of its N series of smart phones to a broader audience next year with the Nokia 6300. The stylish new handset has a mid-range spec and an attractive price that includes a 128MB MicroSD card.

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Nokia claimed the 6300 has a talk-time of up to 3.5 hours and a standby time of up to 14 days. The handset it due to ship sometime in Q1 2007 for around €250 ($329/£169). ®

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