Excerpt: There's been quite a number of redux Nokia phones launched on the market lately, but the 6303i classic is not one of those. These redesigned handsets are given a new, modern look, more appropriate to these days needs. Nokia 6303i classic is the better performing brother of the older 6303 classic handset released on the market in May 2009.
Pros: Besides its somewhat appealing look, I would enlist here, as some of the strong points of the device: excellent battery autonomy, great display (not size), Web-kit-based HTML browser, 3.5mm audio jack, microSD card slot (2GB card included), solid metal casing, as well as 3.2-megapixel camera.
Cons: For people that are used to browse the Internet pretty often, the lack of 3G compatibility might be the biggest issue. Still, I have to add here the underperforming camera, lack of a document viewer and smart dialing. Nokia 6303i classic might also be a little bit overpriced for what it has to offer, as you can get a much better device for the same price. Sales Package Nokia 6303i classic handset Nokia 2 GB microSD Card MU-37 Nokia Connectivity Cable CA-101D (China: C...
Excerpt: We reckon that for every gadget fan that wants a high-end smart phone there are ten people that want a phone that just makes calls and sends text messages. The Nokia 6303 is a phone designed for those ten people. Read our review to find out more. What we like We dropped the 6303 several times by mistake and it didn't seem bothered at all.
Excerpt: You probably know someone who has, or had, owned a Nokia 6300. The incredibly popular handset has been a best seller since its release, due to its affordability and great performance for a value price. Now, Nokia have updated the 3300 in the form of the 6303 Classic.
Excerpt: On January 2009, in the midst of the global financial crisis, massive layoffs, destructions and defaults, Nokia has decided to return to the segment of phones that have brought to it a well-deserved image of the leader of cellular mobile phones – classic models, which combine excellent specifications and a low price.
Summary: The Nokia 6303 Classic is perhaps the perfect phone in Nokia's wide range to suit the Indian market. It has a tough but elegant design - thanks to its legendary predecessor, the 6300 - and has a compelling feature set without wasting time and money on tomorrow's technologies such as 3G connectivity. It's aimed squarely at mobile users who want an attractive, well-built handset that's reliable and straightforward to use, at a reasonable price - in this case about Rs 8000.
Summary: Nokia 6303i Classic looks good, and you get the thousand million without subscription. Quality Feeling arise immediately when we get your fingers in this stylish steel mobile. The performance is classic and elegant with rounded edges and keys that are somewhat lowered in relation to the screen. The alert reader will also note in-one in the name. This shows that we have with an "improved" version to do. The original Nokia 6303 was released last summer.
Conclusion: In action the Nokia 6303 Classic is a great phone to use, calls are clear and it's compact size means it slips easily into any pocket. The most surprising thing, given its "budget" status is that it doesn't look or feel like a budget phone. The attention to detail that Nokia has lavished into this phone, such as the subtle sparkle around the screen and the metal back, make it an exceptionally good phone for the price.
Pros: Build quality, price, easy to use, great keyboard, bundled 1GB microSD card
Cons: Hardware spec a little lacking for more demanding users