ESPOO, Finland – The Nokia 6303i classic has just been unveiled, a refined and refreshed version of it’s ‘i’-less predecessor. This updated flavour ushers in a few improvements, most notably in the battery and social messaging stakes, but also pushes the innovation on the value front, with a low price tag of 105 Euros for an even fuller-featured phone.
- 8 hour call time
- 30 hours of music playback
- 3.2MP camera with dual LED flash
- Ships Q1 2010
The 6303i classic now comes stomaching enhanced battery talents, enabling you to make up to 8 hours of calls. It’s also capable of letting you listen to around 30 hours of music via its built-in music player and FM radio, and will sit tight for over three weeks on standby.
Extending its rack of communication tools, the 6303i supports instant messaging for enhanced social savviness. It also features a 3.2-megapixel camera with dual LED flash, geared up for easily sharing your sharp snaps online.
We touched on the topic of refinement a few weeks ago and it’s place in mobile innovation and development cycle, and the 6303i classic is certainly another example of this to sit alongside the likes of the similarly honed E72. What do you think?
The 6303i classic begins shipping in selected territories this quarter.
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