The Nokia 603 comes with a 5MP fixed focus rear camera. There’s no LED flash and no front camera. Also, due to the fact that there’s no autofocus, macro shots are an absolute no go. For outdoor shots, colours are captured pretty well, but again, you will face focussing issues with the handset. Face recognition has been included, though.
720p video recording is present and though there’s a little colour banding, the phone captures a good amount of detail. Because it’s a fixed focus, the 603 should be best used for casual shots.
Best only for casual snaps
The phone comes with a 1300mAh battery, which under normal usage easily gave us close to one and a half days of usage. In our video calling test, we got 9 hours and 40 minutes with brightness maxed out and no connectivity options (besides calling) enabled. The battery life is pretty impressive.
Worth a buy
The Nokia 603 is priced at Rs.12,900 (MOP). At this price tag, it’s got a few older handsets like the Galaxy Ace and the Wildfire S to compete with. Naturally, the 603 is more recommended over those two. For Rs.1,500 more, you’ll get the Live with Walkman, which definitely has a better app store, but a poorer display quality and smaller screen size. As you can read in the review itself, we weren’t disappointed with this handset. The only cons included were the lack of an LED flash and a limited App store. If these aren’t a problem for you, then the Nokia 603 is a good buy.
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