Summary: Additional comments: No secondary (front) camera. Fixed focus on rear camera makes clear shooting difficult. Stereo FM with RDS. Music recognition software. Second, coloured back panel comes in box. 2D and 3D graphics possible. Active noise cancellation with dedicated microphone. MP4 / WMV / H.263 / H.264 player. / MP3 / WAV / еAAC+ player.
Summary: Nokia 603 smart phone developed by Nokia brings everything you need live to your home screen with smooth and effortless. This is assessed to be great entertainer because of its technical superiority and remarkable capabilities and features.
Pros: Fast and smooth OS, Feels nice in the hand, NFC, Truly amazing battery life
Conclusion: The Nokia 603 serves its purpose to be an affordable yet capable smartphone with Symbian Belle. It offers an ergonomic grip, very bright display and decent camera quality, unless you are into macro shots. Free lifetime navigation with Nokia Maps, the novelty of NFC, and a good set of preinstalled apps aren’t something to sniff at too.
Pros: Penta-band raido makes it usable in the whole world, Very good sunlight visibility, Free lifetime navigation
Cons: There are more capable Androids for its current price, No front-facing camera and no LED flash
Summary: The Nokia 603 comes with Symbian Belle, the latest update to Symbian bringing improved visuals, six home screens, enhanced browsing and a lot more, but at its core you’re still dealing with Symbian. But first let’s see what we have in terms of pure hardware on the Nokia 603: a 3.5-inch ClearBlack display with toughened glass and a resolution of 360 x 640 pixels, a 1GHz processor powering the richer visuals of Belle, and a 5 megapixel camera recording 720p videos at...
Summary: The Nokia 603 is priced at Rs.12,900 (MOP). At this price tag, it’s got a few older handsets like the Galaxy Ace and the Wildfire S to compete with. Naturally, the 603 is more recommended over those two. For Rs.1,500 more, you’ll get the Live with Walkman , which definitely has a better app store, but a poorer display quality and smaller screen size. As you can read in the review itself, we weren’t disappointed with this handset.
Summary: Looks: Straight up sturdy Over the years, Nokia has built a reputation for coming out with solid, sturdy devices, rather than flashy glitzy ones. The Nokia 603 lives up to this legacy – it is a well-built candy bar touchscreen phone that exudes quality. The front panel has a 3.5 inch ClearBlack touchscreen display which serves up a very good visual experience. The rubberised back panel is great for grip.
Summary: • 3.5” ClearBlack LCD Display touch screen • Symbian Belle OS • 5 megapixel camera, 720p HD video recording • 1 Ghz processor • 512 RAM • 2 GB Internal Memory (Expandable to 32 GB using MicroSD) • Upto 8 hours talk time on 2G and 6 hours on 3G • Music player, Video player, FM Radio with RDS, NFC support • Battery Type:Li-Ion, 1300 mAh • Bluetooth, WiFi, GPRS • No LED flash • No front camera for 3G video calls • Fixed focus camera, which does not enable macro shots •...
Pros: 3.5” ClearBlack LCD Display touch screen , Symbian Belle OS , 5 megapixel camera, 720p HD video recording , 1 Ghz processor , 512 RAM , 2 GB Internal Memory (Expandable to 32 GB using MicroSD) , Upto 8 hours talk time on 2G and 6 hours on 3G , Music player, Video player, FM Radio with RDS, NFC support , Battery Type:Li-Ion, 1300 mAh , Bluetooth, WiFi, GPRS
Cons: No LED flash , No front camera for 3G video calls , Fixed focus camera, which does not enable macro shots , Limited apps in the OVI Nokia store
Summary: It is the most affordable and feature rich smartphone with a 1 GHz processor and Nokia Belle operating system. With the adoption of Windows as operating system for its future smartphones, Nokia till a great extent has sealed the fate for Symbian and its related products, no matter what the management keeps on saying about the future releases and upgrades. A true Nokia fan would never be able to forget this for long.
Pros: Speedy Performance, Pocket friendly Price, Great Display, Nokia Drive
Summary: Here is the FoneArena Review of the Nokia 603. It was announced last October and went on sale in India in December 2011. The Nokia 603 was introduced instead of Nokia 600 that was announced at an event in Hong Kong in August along with the other NFC-enabled 1GHz phones, Nokia 700 and 701 . It comes with Nokia Belle OS on-board, with the latest Nokia Belle FP1 update that started rolling out last week, it is much faster and has lot of new features.
Pros: Solid build quality, Good Battery life, Decent camera quality despite fixed focus, 720p video recording, USB On the Go (OTG) support
Cons: No camera flash, Fixed focus camera, microSIM
Excerpt: Mit dem Nokia 603 hat der finnische Hersteller ein günstiges Gerät für den Einstieg in die Smartphone-Welt präsentiert, das sogar den neuen Nahfunk NFC unterstützt und auch sonst nur wenig Anlass zur Kritik bietet, zumindest was die Ausstattungsliste angeht. Optik: Wer es lieber unauffällig mag, ist bei Nokias neuesten Geräten eher falsch. Das Nokia 603 gibt es zwar auch in schwarz, aber selbst dann sieht es nicht wirklich seriös aus.