Excerpt: First of all I have to say that Nokia X2-02 is a reasonably priced cell phone. It has got many useful and productive features which is impressive for such a phone. I will now go through the various features it offers. It is a dual SIM phone.
Summary: With the local networks offering hardly any dual SIM phones, I decided to turn to the internet for a phone that I could use for my work and personal SIM. The X2-02 appeared attractive to me for the following features: -Good battery life -Reports of a reasonably good loud speaker (I need to use the phone for tele conferences) -FM broadcast capability (This is more for entertainment on long car trips than a business need) The phone does perform relatively well as a dual...
Summary: the phone arrived in time, good packaging, surprised to s=note it was made in India, for African countries, leaving that aside, its a brilliant phone, many useful features, and easy to use, quite simple and straight forward to insert and use TWO SIM cards at the same time.
Summary: I echo the previous two reviews. Excellent modern-styled candy-bar phone. I bought it from amazon.de (to save money) for 65 euros delivered to the UK - appeared on my cc statement as 56 GBP. Okay, it came with a two pin AC-3 charger, but if you've had a few Nokias like me, you have probably got a few 3-pin UK AC-3 chargers anyway! Plus it came with a German language guide. But if you are familiar with Nokia series 40 software, it's a doddle to find your way around it.
Summary: I have had this phone for about a year now, and instead of writing a whole new review I will simply point you to A. Crawford's excellent review , which word for word is exactly what I would have said about my use case and my experience with this phone. On top of that, it also stores .m4b audiobook bookmarks correctly, so I can resume an audiobook (played over the built-in FM transmitter on the car stereo!) for long drives.
Summary: I've had my X2-02 for nearly two years it is not the best for picking up signals hence 3 out of 5 and has one or two niggles but it is generally ok. A friend picked it up for me in India for approximately £47, not a bad price. it's a shame that they are difficult to get hold of in the UK as quite a few of my friends would like one. They are very useful in rural areas where signal strengths and coverage vary. I have one SIM on each frequency this gives the best coverage.