Nokia unveiled three new phones on Monday, all priced below 100 euros, and said it would start shipments of the new models in the third and fourth quarters.

Nokia said it would sell the 2730 Classic, its cheapest 3G phone to date for 80 euros ($108.3), while it estimated retail prices for the 7020, and 2720 Fold, models would be 90 and 55 euros respectively.

Nokia said all new models would be equipped to access Internet, and work with Nokia's range of emerging market services.

(editing by John Stonestreet)