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The Asha 303 is more than adequately equipped to be an excellent competitor in its class.
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The Nokia Asha 303 is a good value for the money, especially for people who are yet unwilling to make the jump to smartphones
The Nokia Asha 303 pushes the envelope of what we call a feature phone, providing an almost complete set of functions for your everyday needs. Granted, it doesn't have the rich application store that even a cheapo Android handset can take advantage of, but there are still plenty of apps for it, including the widely popular social networking ones, and even an exclusive version of Angry Birds to go along. There are a few things holding it back, like the cramped keyboard, and the lack of GPS receiver, but still you get a sturdy and colorful design, very good call and loudspeaker quality, as we... Full review
Lightweight and easy to handle
The Nokia 303 Asha is not a particularly hard one to recommend. In fact, if you want a full-featured messenger without the complications of a smartphone, the Asha 303 should be among the first things on you list to check out.
It’s the combination of a touchscreen and a QWERTY keyboard in a feature phone package that sends the Nokia Asha 303 to a niche that’s virtually free of competition.
The Asha 303 is the first S40 phone to combine a touchscreen and a full QWERTY keyboard. It’s the first capacitive screen for the platform too. Of course, the resolution i... Full review
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- Nokia Asha 303 Manual (PDF)
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