Excerpt: It was my second phone. It is a very basic colour screen GSM phone which is ideal for someone who drops phones quite often and needs a long battery life. The torch/flashlight feature is quite handy.
Summary: I used this phone to port my home phone (land line) to T-mobile on this phone. Then, I ported from the Nokia to Google Voice. This phone (unit) became a casualty in the phone transfer operation that is saving me about $40 a month: no land line, just Google Voice via VoIP (Obi100 unit).
Summary: It's usually very low in price and very convenient. With the headset that is included I am able to pick up fm radio stations. The headset also allows me to receive telephone calls. It's perfect.
Summary: Bought this Nokia to be used as basic phone. It is as easy as they come as far as use and maneuvering through the menu. The calls stay up and audio is crispy clear. It is tough and durable, reminds me of the cell phones that Nokia used to make for Europe markets.
Summary: I had no problems receiving this cell phone. It was very fast and easy and I couldn't be happier with the result. The phone is little but useable. I personally like it better than most phones due to its size. It fits everywhere and its very easy to use.
Summary: Granted I'm not a wiz when it comes to electronics but I am really impressed with my Nokia X2. It has done just what I needed it to. I'm a hello, goodbye along with taking some pictures and a little texting type person. Everything works as described and the battery life is awesome. A really good phone if your in for very good basics.
Summary: Pros: I wanted a phone with a full locking keyboard. The graphics on this phone are excellent. It does everything nicely. Cons: Bulky. Heavy. Ovi has limited apps. The cons are are related to my personal use, so not to take away from the phone I give it a definite 5 stars.