Nokia 2700 Review


Welcome to the Nokia 2700 mobile phone review. Released in early 2009 the 2700 is placed at the higher end of Nokia’s entry level range of mobile phones.  In all honestly we think it is essentially a Nokia 6300 in a cheaper body plastic body.  Sure it looks like the latest  metal based 6700 but it’s not.  The styling clues however do make the 2700 look like a decent model though which should make it easy to sell if priced correctly.

The 2700’s all plastic construction the underlying operating software is the latest Series40 5th edition.  As a result it run the various free animated screensavers and wallpapers that we develop.  This model is quite a step up from the the base models like the Nokia 1661 etc…

The only thing this phone does not have is 3G capability.  However it can connect to the slower EDGE based network for some data capability.  USB connectivity and capability to work with the Nokia Suite makes this a pretty decent phone.  Apart from that its got everything you need in standard mobile phone in 2009.

We can recommend this model if you want a cheaper and reasonably featured but GSM network only phone.  It’s price is highly competitive from about $99 as a pre-paid package. Expect the price to lower even further over next 12 months.


  • Nokia 2700
  • Network
    Quad-band GSM 850/900/1800/1900
  • Design
    Candy Bar
  • L109.2 x W46 x D14 mm
    Weight 85 grams
  • Display/s
    External TFT 240 x 320
  • Camera
    2MP with 4X digital zoom
  • Video Camera
    174 x 144 pixel video camera
  • Connectivity
    Bluetooth V2
  • CPU
  • Memory
    32MB available to user
    MicroSD up to 2Gig
  • Ring tones
    Midi, MP3 and more
  • Features
    Customisable Profiles and Themes
    SMS, MMS, IM, Email
    JAVA MIDP 2.0
    FM radio with RDS
    Speaker Phone/Hands free
    Battery BL-5C 1020mAh
    Up to 12 days Standby, 6 hours Talk Time
  • Package contents
    Nokia 2700 classic
    Nokia Battery (BL-5C)
    Nokia Compact Charger (AC-3)
    Nokia Headset (WH-102)
    Nokia 1 GB micoSD Card (MU-22)
  • User Guide
    Compact/Travel charger
  • Price history
    From $99 AUS 2009 (Pre-paid)
    From $129 AUS 2009 (Outright)