The Nokia 6303 Classic is a device that could be suited to those recycling mobile phones for a solid handset at a good price, if one expert’s comments are to be believed.

Joe Minihane said in an article for Electricpig this week that the Finnish manufacturer clearly intends the new model to be a replacement for the popular 6300.

He explained that as the latest phone in Nokia’s low-cost series, the 6303 will appeal to those who have enjoyed its predecessor in the past, but added this “doesn’t mean it’s a slouch”.

“Far from it,” Mr Minihaine continued. “This mid–level blower rocks a 3.2-megapixel camera, Opera Mini for web browsing, Nokia Maps and a battery life to sate the biggest of chatterboxes.”

The reviewer’s comments follow praise from Cnet’s Flora Graham this week who said despite its entry-level credentials, the Nokia 6303 Classic could still offer “a tingle of excitement”.

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Written by Mazuma

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