Nokia 6303 Classic: Specs, Price and Review

By Jamie Pert - Jun 4, 2010

Earlier on today we introduced you to the Nokia 2720 Fold, we now have another Nokia handset to talk about, this is the Nokia 6303 Classic, which is a bit more advanced than the Nokia 2720 Fold.

Specs worth mentioning include a 2.2 inch display, this display features a resolution of 320 x 240 and up to 16.7 million colors. It also features a Micro-USB connector, a 3.5 mm headset jack and Bluetooth 2.0.

This handset has a 3.2 sensor, this camera has dual LED Flash and 8 x digital zoom. You can also record video (640 x 480) at 15 frames-per-second, this can be stored on the handset’s 64MB internal storage, or on a microSD memory card of up to 4GB.

YourMobilePhoneReviews recently reviewed the Nokia 6303 Classic, they scored the handset 89% in terms of design, 84% in terms of features and 84% in terms of usability, these are pretty good scores, but would you buy it for $185 contract free? A bit too expensive in my opinion.

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  • Erick Mapunda

    Actually, I bought this device after being convienced by its GPS function as I currently do research for masters program in architecture, but unfortunately have not been able to use its GPS feature as it requires pairing device with bluetooth facility that I do not know where and how I can get it.
    Other features are wonderful but a minor setback of not being able to block a specific caller number but all incoming calls insteady.