In an article for Cnet this week, Flora Graham admits that although the Finnish manufacturer has created a model that is cheap on both contract and pay-as-you-go options, it still managed to give her a "tingle of excitement".
One of the main reasons cited for this is the simplicity and functionality of the device, including the way in which its large buttons are clear and fun to use.
Ms Graham went on to say that despite being available free on £15-pound monthly tariffs – as well as coming with an £80 price tag for prepay users – features like the camera have not been left lacking.
"The 6303’s 3.2-megapixel camera does a good job of capturing snapshots, especially for such an inexpensive phone. Colours are accurate and bright in good light," she concluded.
Announced in January this year by Nokia, the 6303 Classic was launched alongside the 6700 and 2700.
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