Taking Indian markets by storm and holding majority of the market, the large handset conglomerate Nokia has again added to their kitty two new phones. Nowadays mobile manufacturers are much more concerned much about the entertainment factor and yes these two new models fulfill the need of what today’s generation are much more in need. A full packed entertainment handset though neither its from the Xpress Music series nor it belongs to the N-series but its worth being called a rich full packed masti handsets. Introducing the new Nokia 6700 Classic and Nokia 6303 Classic.Its for all the photography freaks and enthusiasts. Both the handsets are equipped with a jumbo 5 megapixel with 4X digital zoom and the latter with a standard 3.2 megapixel camera with 8X digital zoom. Both the handsets are camera-centric phones and possess a stainless-steel bodied monoblock form having a 2.2 inch TFT screen, 320X240 pixel display, and has 16.7 million colours. The 6700 Classic measures 109.8 x 45 x 11.2 mm and weighs 113g, while the 6303 Classic’s dimensions are 108.8 x 46.2 x 11.7 mm and it weighs 96g and both of them are S40 series phones. The 6700C has an edge over the 6303 being a 3G phone. The 6700 comes with an integrated A-GPS. The 6303 supports external GPS receiver, and comes with Nokia Maps application. The 6700 has an internal memory of 170MB which is further expandable to 8 GB using a micro SD card and the 6303 has a memory of 17MB and comes with a 1GB card included in the sales package. The phones come with a Micro-USB connector, a 3.5 mm stereo (only for Nokia 6303) headphone plug. The prices are expected to be Rs.14,000 for the 6700 Classic while the 6303 Classic will cost about Rs.8,000.