'Delivers a large, glare-fighting screen, a fast processor'
'Hard-to-beat $100 on-contract cost, Excellent still image quality'
'Beautifully built, Spectacular camera, Clear screen'
'Great 1080p display, Fine camera, Solid build quality'
'The Nokia PureView camera is equally responsible for some of the best cameraphone experience ever.'
'Very good picture quality and RAW support'
'Windows Phone gets better and bigger'
'Extremely long battery life, Large and crisp display'
'Vibrant display, Top-of-the-line hardware'
' Half An Inch From Greatness...'
'$300 price tag its wallet-friendly for an unlocked phone'
'Largest display in a Nokia Lumia phone so far'
'Free lifetime voice-guided navigation '
'Good value, Decent performance'
'4G smartphone on a budget'
'Good battery life, Inexpensive'
' 4G Connectivity On The Cheap'
'Pros: Good value for money, Nokia gives you a great Windows Phone experience.'
'Most affordable 4G phone available, Minimalist design'
'Bargain price, Colourful, changeable shells'
'Likeable design, Great screen quality'
'Slick OS, Good camera, Attractive design'
'Widest aperture on a phone yet'
'Offers good performance and specifications'
'Good low-light pics'
'Slimline design, Very good smartphone price point, Excellent battery life'
'Great design and build quality, feels great in the hand'
'Sleek, attractive design'
'Higher-end features without a massive display'
'Slim and colourful design'
'A bargain handset that is full of features, but not that smart'
'The Nokia Asha 503 brings a more robust 5MP camera (be it fixed-focus) and 3G to a package we already liked, and that's what we can safely call a good start.'
'Display look smaller than it actually is'
'Excellent, envelope-pushing 41-megapixel camera'
'Groundbreaking PureView camera technology'
'Archaic Symbian OS is a relic'
'Superb video and audio recording'
'Fantastic call quality'
'Best HD video capture on a phone'
'Impressive looking camera'
'Great for media'
'Impressive battery life'
'Heavy, bulky for a feature phone, Dated user experience'
'Not cheap enough, better smartphones now available at same price'
'Full Touch user interface is the best yet on a Series 40 handset'
' Annoying interface, Small and fuzzy screen'
'Perfect phone on budget'
'Low resolution screen'
'Series 40 operating system is laggy, cryptic and error prone'
'Excellent battery life'
'Good battery life; easily set-up email and networking'
'Basic but solidly built'
'Solid and reliable feature phone'
'Smooth and engaging user interface'
'Free turn-by-turn directions with Nokia Drive'
'Intuitive user interface'
'Slick Windows Phone OS'
'Inexpensive but still feature-rich'
'Solid smartphone '
'Bargain priced smartphone with solid specs and good quality'
'Very compact handset'
'Beautifully crisp and responsive ClearBlack screen'
'Comprehensive video support'
'Great hardware design'
'Superb call quality'
'Fantastic build quality'
'Great build quality and design'
'Solid camera performance'
'OS is dead on arrival'
'Simply gorgeous design'
'Attractive polycarbonate shell'
'Massive 64 GB internal memory'
'Sensational Touchscreen, a beautiful curve and flush fit'
'Compelling software '
'Innovative swipe gestures instead of button(s).'
'Superbly built hardware'
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