Nokia 6303i Classic Smartphone Review
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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. Some
of the enhancements in this new version are support for larger memory,
longer battery life and newer Bluetooth standard.
Nokia shows that they understand completely that most people are
concerned about the appearance in the hunt for a new telephone. In
addition to steel and black, as on our test model, you can also choose
between illuial pink, steel, chestnut, white, silver and khaki gold.
With an emphasis on modest 96 grams the phone is easy to handle and fits
nicely in your pocket. The screen comes with a resolution of 240 x 320
pixels and 16 million colors. It is 2.2 inches, which is sufficient for
normal mobile use. However, it is not suited to films and TV series. The
picture is simply too small, you could at all brings out something.
The keys are just the right size and provide enough resistance so that
you doesn't press them by accident or need to squeeze for every
character. Our first impression was that we had received a winner in the
category for affordable basic mobile. Unfortunately, the phone lies in
the middle range in most areas.
The menu is straightforward with Nokia's default setup with 3 x 3 icons
visible on the screen. Those who wish to change the font size in the
menu, text messaging or web browsing can quickly arrange this in the
It is easy to find both pictures you have taken and to use things like a
calculator, notes, radio and alarm clock. The calendar is also
practical. Today's events are listed at the bottom of the screen when
you scroll forward to the dates.
Contacts entries, appointments, reminders and notes synchronized easily
with Outlook using Nokia PC Suite. This worked smoothly and mobile was
totally updated in a short time. Email is well hidden under the "More"
in the message menu. You can add the G-mail and other accounts. The
system is obviously designed for Nokia's own Ovi Mail.
We soon found out why there is no icon for e-mail easily visible from
the main menu. What takes time and e-mail reader is not optimized for
the opening of mail in html format. Nokia 6303i can set your curiosity
when one is waiting for important messages, but can not be recommended
for other than immediate check of the mail boxes.
Convenient shortcut keys are outstanding by their absence. It is only
the call volume we have the ability to adjust in the usual way on the
side of the phone. There is no separate button to take photo. In daily
use, we also miss the shortcut to your e-mail and