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Belle-powered Nokia 603 goes official with a 1GHz CPU and NFC

13 October, 2011 | Read the news | Post your comment
Belle-powered Nokia 603 goes official with a 1GHz CPU and NFC - read the full textNokia introduced a new member of its family of Symbian Belle-running smartphones. The Nokia 603 is a youthful looking, compact smartphone with a 3.5" ClearBlack LCD with IPS technology and a 1 GHz CPU. The Nokia 603 screen has nHD resolution (360 x 640 pixels) and 1000 nits brightness, so it's...

 

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if i remove screen guard of nokia 603 , will it scratched by fingers or in pocket? please tell me i dont know about gorilla glass.....

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  • 2013-03-20 13:20
  • uvjT

i want to get the part of this mobile.Please tell me when it will arrive in market ?

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  • 2013-02-07 06:27
  • ttv2

is thenokia 603 is realy have dolby digital sound system?

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  • 2013-01-26 06:02
  • XuUY

> In reply to bakhu @ 2012-02-01 23:04 from ITVR - click to readwell i have the 603.. not sure if the E6 comes with symbian belle preinstalled.. hold both phones in your hand and see which one calls out to you.. good luck

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  • 2012-02-14 22:57
  • ftVg

> In reply to nokia rulez @ 2011-10-17 19:36 from vbRD - click to readplz tel me which phone is better nokia e6 or 603??????

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  • 2012-02-01 23:04
  • ITVR

bought this baby 4 days ago and i am impressed at USD260 (i am sure you get a better deal elsewhere), it'll absolutely baffle you with all the quirks they've managed to crunch into this little number.
Pros
1) good responsive capacity touch screen, question is what's the material?
2) quite fast 1GHZ processor
3) excellent screen, pixels are almost as smooth an unnoticeable like the Iphone
4) Nice preinstalled Apps
5) excellent social apps, Nimbuzz and Whatsapp
Cons
1) No dedicated FaceBook app, none i am aware of at least
2) Battery life
3) GPS, not sure why i can't get a cold start lock without a dataplan - any advice

Strongly recommend this phone for all!

Peace out!

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  • 2012-01-30 19:36
  • fuNc

> In reply to Mana @ 2011-10-29 12:22 from bCbp - click to readIt is availabe now

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  • 2012-01-04 10:59
  • ttv1

is nokia 603 had a scratch resistance display like gorrila glass?

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  • 2011-12-13 13:41
  • 2SFj

I just want to buy this cell. Can anyone let me know when this will be available in Indian Market...???

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  • 2011-10-29 12:22
  • bCbp

> In reply to Vicky @ 2011-10-23 12:17 from 2SSf - click to readI m also A NOKIA user. I have a NOKIA N8 but i will tell u t select Samsung. More features and more durability.

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  • 2011-10-25 09:39
  • uvfp

hi all dont missunderstand nokias reliability .nokia is one od the best company for mobiles.most of the nokia mobiles are ecofriendly that means less harm for mobile users.no toxic,led,etc they dont use for their mobiles.it is multi use for the earth and human.china is making dangerious mobiles with chep price.friends dont buy chines make mobile.go for branded like nokia,sonyericsso,lg,motorola.

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  • 2011-10-23 18:20
  • U@f$

Can someone help me out with a good phone and if a choice has to be made between Nokia, Samsung and Iphone.

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  • 2011-10-23 12:17
  • 2SSf

> In reply to Nokia Sucks @ 2011-10-17 16:45 from q{dG - click to readhave you forgot Apple i-phones death grip and Androids security holes, you forgot yellow tint of Samsung SGS 2, you forgot laggy interface of many Android phones (optimus 2X),you forgotyou forgot poor battery life of Android phones(almost all), almost all Android phones phone suffers from poor camera performance (some low end Nokia with EDOF cam take better pics than AF of Androids) what you need link? for god sake why you visit gsmarena.com BTW N8 display problem was due to drivers problem which was solved only people living in Amazon jungle have not yet solved these problem

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  • 2011-10-17 19:36
  • vbRD

> In reply to Ak92774 @ 2011-10-16 20:34 from YTdW - click to readdon't buy cheap fake Nokia phones there are many available around the world and i never trust people who say that they have problem from day one or two since all handsets (from all brands) are tested before it reaches markets(its very rare to find fault in factory packed phone) most of the problems are created by users them self so what brands like Nokia can do when people them self don't know how to use phone

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  • 2011-10-17 19:26
  • vbRD

> In reply to Ak92774 @ 2011-10-16 18:19 from Xje9 - click to readOn the basis that in the past 15 years I've using Nokia phones(and SE and Samsung), it has the best built quality - durability. That means lasts above 3 years. Which is less of what I can say about the Samsung phone I had. Btw, my old E52 is still very much alive.
Samsung less complain? Wait till after warranty period, see what happen to the phone. But then, many Samsung owners also change their phones every 1 to 2 years, so wouldnt notice the difference. You may say, yours is long lasting, well,your usage practice, weather, etc different from mine, my usage practice different from yours.

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  • 2011-10-17 19:13
  • IWbc

> In reply to Sun Down @ 2011-10-17 00:37 from PF5p - click to readYou're forgetting the N97 structural defect that Nokia admitted.
http://discussions.europe.noki.../td-p/542769

The Purple defect of the N8
http://discussions.europe.noki...true/page/38

There are a lot of defects in Nokia's products and that's the reason why people moved on to Android phones. People are now sick and tired of Nokia phones, their defects, and the old and outdated Symbian. That's the reason why Android gained a lot of marketshare in such a short time while Nokia's marketshare crashed. People just got enough of Nokia phones and they abandoned Nokia in mass.

Think of Nokia's decline as survival of the fittest and in this case, Nokia is simply isn't as fit as the other manufacturers, like Samsung. There's no excuse for it. It is what it is and Nokia isn't the giant it used to be.

People are no longer satisfied with Nokia phones and this fact is reflected in Nokia's steady and steep decline in the past quarters.

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  • 2011-10-17 16:45
  • q{dG

symbian maybe the best mobile phone os, but won't be the one in handset for general purpose.

symbian is the best one for the low-end users, but it is a stupid way to use windows os in its smartphones.

palm has told us that everything can be replaced.

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  • 2011-10-17 06:53
  • 2@Mq

> In reply to Sun Down @ 2011-10-17 00:37 from PF5p - click to readok will search about ratio of defective parts of all companies. Can u provide me any link tat u know?

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  • 2011-10-17 05:28
  • YTd$

> In reply to iver @ 2011-10-16 14:57 from UD}p - click to readYes

- Active noise cancellation with dedicated mic

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  • 2011-10-17 03:55
  • 3C1%

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