The Nokia 6303 classic
has been on the market for a long time, but it still remains one of the most eye-riveting and stylish handsets in the price range $140-$180 (contract-free units). Nokia has announced a new version called the 6303i classic
that actually doesn´t bring any ground-breaking or spectacular changes.
The battery has been slightly improved and should be able to provide up to 8hrs of continous talk time (7.5hrs with the original) and keep the handset operational for 515hrs in stand-by. Aside from the color schemes it´s currently available in, you will soon be able to purchase the cell phone in golden (or more accurately, khaki gold, but you better take a look at the picture) and silver. The manufacturer has also added support for various social networks, but all other specifications are identical to those of the base model – 3.2-megapixel camera with double LED flash, 2.2-inch QVGA display, 3.5mm headphone jack and microSD slot. The Nokia 6303i classic is expected to initially roll out in select European countries in Q1 2010 at a price of $145 before taxes and rebates.