Nokia 6303i Classic now boasts of more internal memory (55MB up from 14MB) expandable via mircoSD card (max of 8GB up from 4GB) and better battery life (8 hours talk, an hour longer than the 6303 Classic), but let’s face it, people nowadays expect more especially when it comes to version upgrades. The inclusion of WiFi or 3G connectivity would have been nice, but sadly though, neither made it to the table.
Nokia 6303i classic is a reliable companion that keeps you connected to people that matter you the most. Pictures taken with the 3.2 megapixel camera come to life on the large 2.2 inch screen, and email and instant messaging are available through Nokia Messaging, providing a very convenient way to be in touch with friends and family.
Nokia 6303i Classic design is unequivocal, in and out; stainless steel covers and compact size feel solid in the hand, and the intuitive user interface makes all key features easy to find. Furthermore, no matter whether you are sharing online, browsing web, or listening to music, the excellent battery life guarantees fun for a long time without charging.
Anyway, for Nokia fan boys out there looking for a new mid-level handset to purchase this 2010, this will probably be more up your alley. The Nokia 6303i will begin shipping to select markets this first quarter with an estimated retail price of €105 ($144) before tax and subsidies are applied.