The Nokia 6303 classic has a modest candy bar look. Apart from its smoothly rounded edges there are no particular aesthetic features that set it apart, it is a classic midrange phone aimed at the midrange market. It has a nice price tag and is a useful upgrade to the popular Nokia 6300 model. Measuring just 11.7mm and weighing 96g, the Nokia 6303 classic will fit nicely in any pocket and with an impressive battery life of 7 hours talk time and 18 days standby time it will be a respectable phone for someone who is constantly using their mobile device. To minimise the cost there’s no 3G or Wi-Fi with this model; however it does come with Bluetooth and the Nokia maps application is pre-installed.
The Nokia 6303 classic is equipped with a fairly good 3.2 megapixel camera which is perfect for capturing those memorable occasions and with autofocus and duel LED flash it makes capturing the perfect image all the easier. Audio features are also ample, one of the most useful perhaps is the 3.5mm headphone jack so you can use your favourite headphones to listen to your MP3s or FM radio. The Nokia 6303 classic supports microSD memory cards up to 4GB.