Nokia announced on Thursday three new handsets all falling under its classic line. Expanding upon its mid-range mass market appeal, the Nokia 6700, 6303 and 2700 classics are all feature phones that add a good amount of style to Nokia’s portfolio without compromising functionality. The smooth and slim 6700 candybar features a full metal keypad, 5 megapixel camera, aGPS, Nokia Maps support and high speed data access. It will retail for a cool €235 ($310) before taxes and subsidies. Next in line is the Nokia 6303, a phone that is not a step up but a step sideways from the Nokia 6300. The 6303 sheds the metallic adornment of its richer cousin and features a 3.2 megapixel camera, 2.2″ display touted by Nokia as being “large”, Nokia Maps support, “excellent” battery life and a 3.5mm jack. The 6303 will retail for €135 ($177) before taxes and subsidies. Last but not least is the Nokia 2700, an entry-level handset for the budget-minded individual. The ultra-affordable Nokia 2700 will set you back a mere €65 ($85) before taxes and subsidies and features a 2MP camera, 2GB of internal storage via the memory card slot, integrated music player and full support of Nokia’s Share on Ovi online service. All three handsets are expected to ship in Q2 2009.