More praise has been heaped on one of the latest phones to emerge from one Finnish manufacturer’s entry-level range.
Available sim-free for around £125, the Nokia 6303 Classic Classic 6303 may be of interest to those recycling mobile phones in order to buy a new low-cost handset, with a new article offering some positive feedback on the device.
Chris Hall of Pocket-lint followed other reviewers like Flora Graham of Cnet and Joe Minihane of Electricpig in stating the model is robust in both the way it feels and its line-up of features.
“Build quality is important in this sort of device,” he said. “The Nokia 6303 Classic feels as though it will last you for many years, which is exactly what you want in this scenario.”
Mr Hall went on to say the 6303 cuts out technology that some may see as “unnecessary, impractical or simply unwanted” and keeps its focus on delivering optimised performance.
Recycle your old mobile phone to cash http://www.mazumamobile.com.au/