Nokia 6303 Classic

Nokia released the brand new Nokia 6303 Classic, which is the clear successor to the Nokia 6300 and the Nokia 6300i. The Nokia 6303 supports tri – band and has Nokia Maps pre-installed so that you can make use of the GPS navigation facilities. The looks are as modest as that of its predecessor, so let’s see what the new Nokia 6303 Classic has in store for us.

- Works on all 2G networks
- Weighs in at 96 grams and has a thickness of only 11.7 mm
- TFT screen is 2.2 inches long and is able to display a vibrant 16M colours. The screen has a resolution of 240x320 pixels
- 3.5 mm headset jack
- MP3 ringtones
- Phonebook can stores upto 2000 contacts and has support for PhotoID
- Call records can store upto 20 received, 20 dialed and 20 missed calls
- Internal memory of 64 MB which can be expanded upto 4 GB via the microSD memory card slot. A 1GB memory card is included in the retail package
- Class 32 GPRS and EDGE connectivity
- Bluetooth v2.0 for connecting and sharing data with other phones
- microUSB port for fast data transfer between the computer and the phone
- 3.15 megapixel camera with the ability to capture pictures with a maximum resolution of 2048x1536 pixels. LED flash is also present
- Video recording is done at VGA quality @ 15 frames per second
- Messaging options include MMS 1.3, SMS, IM and Email
- WAP 2.0 browser
- Stereo FM radio with support for RDS
- Colour schemes include Steel and Matt Black
- Java MIDP 2.0 platform
- Flash Lite 3
- Nokia Maps
- Music player supports MP3, eAAC and AAC songs
- Voice Memo
- Maximum standby time of upto 450 hours and maximum talk time of upto 7 hours

The nokia 6303 Classic borrows the modest looks from its predecessor, but slightly improves on that, mainly with the black colour scheme. The keypad is backlighted in light blue and all the alphanumeric keys are separate from each other, meaning its easy to identify which key is which without having to look at the phone itself. This makes it easy for texting fast. The screen and the other keys (i.e. the call keys, the navi keys and the 5 way directional key) are all raised above the alphanumeric keys. The volume rocker is situated on the right of the phone, while the switch on / switch off key is located at the top. The speaker, camera and the flash are located one beside each other on the back, just like it was on the Nokia 6300 and the Nokia 6300i. The 3.5 mm headset jack, the microUSB port and the charger port are all located at the bottom of the phone.

The Nokia 6303 Classic is a worthy successor to the highly popular Nokia 6300. How Nokia manage to get those 6300 lovers to give their phone away for this one will be highly interesting, but the specs sheet, along with the good looks, should surely tempt a lot of people and should give the likes of the MotoROKR E8 a good run for their money.


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