'A bargain handset that is full of features, but not that smart'
'a budget smartphone in every sense'
'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.'
'Good call quality, Good build quality and pleasant to hold chassis'
'Pillowed QWERTY hardware keyboard'
'Dual SIM card system with hot-swappable slot on the side'
'Speedy 1.5GHz processor'
'Very good background noise cancellation for outgoing calls'
'High quality bundled earphones'
'Very compact handset'
'Beautifully crisp and responsive ClearBlack screen'
'Comprehensive video support'
'Excellent five-row QWERTY keyboard'
'Long battery life'
'Ships with Gingerbread'
'We're happy to see the Sense UI back again, as the circular base (with menu and phone functions) is back again, this time packing in a key to take you to the myriad of personalisation options.'
'There's no point beating about the bush, if you don't mind your phones being big, the HTC Desire HD is the best smartphone on the market right now. '
'attractive aluminium case'
'Having everything exactly as you left it makes the phone feel like a cozy and welcoming place -- unlike, say, Windows Phone 7, which tends to act like a neurotic housekeeper that'll tidy away your cup before you've finished enjoying your tea.'