Written on: 17/02/2010 by salderney (3 reviews written)
I got a 5230 as an upgrade after my 3 year old 6280 was stolen. I like a phone to be just that, a phone and found this touchscreen gadget too much so I 'downgraded' to the 6303. It is a great little phone, very robust, has plenty of features that I might use, unlike these smart phones that are tricky to use and need charging twice a day. 3.2MP camera with flash, net, mp3 plus it is as easy to use as any Nokia phone I have owned over the last 10 years. Please may Nokia keep making useable phones! (read more)
Written on: 06/02/2010
Nokia 6300 phone
Yes, I'd recommend it for a year because of the camera, the ease of use, the robust aluminum casing, and general good looks. It's good for about a year. Then the battery starts to drain quickly, and may require charging every day, or more often if you are on holiday or in hospital and are doing a lot of TEXTING! I've had mine two years. The battery life appears very poor. I just ordered a replacement battery on ebay for £5.99, but it came with a note saying that it's often... (read more)
Written on: 04/02/2010 by AngryShopper (21 reviews written)
I wanted a phone tough enough to survive a busy life style, provide me with a good level of features and work well as a phone rather than a glorified games console or a fashion accessory. The 6303 does meet nearly all of my requirements.
The outer shell is a thin stainless steel construct. I like that, it feels good in the hand. Just two downsides. It is comparatively heavy and in the cold it may freeze your ear off during a long call. I heartily recommend a case to offset the chilling... (read more)