The compact Nokia 6303 Black handset!
A classic block-form phone from Nokia, the Nokia 6303 Black is a no-nonsense handset incorporating latest mobile features and making a lasting impression.
Size and Display: A classic form handset with dimensions of 108.8 x 46.2 x 11.7 mm, weighing 96 grams and volume of 57 cc. The screen size is 2.2", resolution is 320 x 240 pixels (QVGA) and shows up to up to 16.7 million colours. The 3D display is supported by TFT technology.
Key and Input Method: The Nokia 6303 Black has a contemporary in another other colour Steel! The method of data entry is through a numeric keypad, which is strategically placed under where the screen ends.
Memory and Power: The Nokia 6303 Black can hold a hot swappable microSD memory card of max. 4 GB capacity. The internal memory is 17 MB. The handset is powered by a BL-5CT 1050 mAh Li-Ion standard battery with a maximum talk time of seven hours and standby time of four hundred and fifty hours.
Communication: The Nokia 6303 Black works on an operating frequency of Tri-band EGSM (900/1800/1900). The data network support GPRS class 32, EDGE class 32, lends TCP/IP support and has the capability to serve as a data modem.
Connectivity and Synchronisation: Local connectivity on the handset is established via the Bluetooth version 2.0 (with Enhanced Data Rate) and PC synchronisation with Nokia PC Suite is also possible on the handset.
Call Features: The phone incorporates an integrated hands-free speakerphone, supports number screening for messaging and calls, automatic answer with headset or car kit, any key answer, call waiting, call hold, call divert as well as call timer. The phone also allows for logging of dialled, received and missed calls, automatic redial, speed dialling, enhanced voice dialling, fixed dialling number support, vibrating alert (internal). The Nokia 6303 Black houses its volume and mute/un-mute keys on the side. The contact name is displayed with images and the user can make a conference call with up to a maximum of six participants.
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