Excerpt: Another in the line of Nokia's X series phones, how does the Nokia X2, a music phone for the young on a budget, match up to expectations? Keep reading to find out what this device has to offer.
Excerpt: Nokia Xseries was introduced at Nokia World 2009 and now includes around six different models. Xseries handsets are all about the music. Each and every one comes with separate media controls, Stereo speakers, FM radio and a 3.5mm headphone jack. An interesting fact is that Nokia X6 is the first Nokia handset to feature a capacitive touchscreen, Nokia N8 being the second.
Pros: One of the most important things for a low-budget phones is to offer as many decent high-end features as possible, and Nokia X2 meets this demand. Targeting users that are looking for music phones, I would also recommend the X2 to those that want to use their phone to take very good photos. The phone also features a very good battery and excellent music sound.
Cons: Besides the small-sized display and the old S40 interface, I would also enlist here the cheap plastic used on the phone's sides, as well as the lack of an USB cable inside the sales package. Sales Package Nokia X2-00 handset Nokia Battery BL-4C Nokia Compact Charger AC-3 Nokia Stereo Headset WH-205 Nokia High-Efficiency Charger AC-8C (China only) Nokia Connectivity Cable CA-101D (China only) User guide
Summary: Nokia has unleashed new affordable music mobile in the form of the X2. The X2 is the successor of the X3.Nokia X2 is keen to give you an exchange rate that’s hard to beat. This no-nonsense bar delivers a 5MP camera with flash, great audio with stereo speakers, dedicated music keys and a built-in antenna for the FM receiver.This cellphone is specially designed for practical people who do not need the phone for business purposes.This is a simple phone, tablet type,...
Conclusion: The Nokia X2 performs pretty well across all fronts for a phone of this price and class, except when it comes to being connected. The lack of 3G and Wi-Fi is a real disabler if that is a priority. If it isn't however, then the Nokia X2 is a good choice. Other phones to consider would be the Nokia X3 if you'd prefer a sliding form-factor with a similar feature-set; if you're looking for something a bit more capable on the 3G front and are prepared to sacrifice on camera...
Pros: Good audio playback with headphones, Convenient music buttons, Camera and flash perform well for the price
Cons: No 3G / Wi-Fi, Fascia loves fingerprints, Music playback through speakers is tinny
Summary: The Nokia X2 is a simple, easy-to-use mobile with a modern design. It has the standard abilities for calls, messages, games, and taking pictures with a 5-megapixel camera. The quality of the pictures is good, but somewhat hard to see on the 2.2-inch display. It’s marketed to be a music media phone- with FM radio, Media Player, and access to the Ovi Store, where music downloads are available.
Pros: Slim design, QVGA colour display, 5-megapixel camera, video with 4x zoom, quality speakers, access to Ovi Store, menu layout, customizable homescreen
Cons: Keypad lock function, slower connectivity, limited social networking
Summary: Keeping most of the good, Microsoft has sewed up the new Nokia X with Lumia infested patches that make it a whole lot better and capable in Android dominated market. • Improved interface • Swifter performance • Better display quality and touch responsiveness • Better optics • Low internal storage still There has been a wave of new Nokia devices before it completely relinquished control to Microsoft and that has been an interesting phase.
Excerpt: The Nokia X2 is an entry-level handset with plenty of features and a penchant for music playback. It sits somewhere between the Nokia C1-01 and the Nokia X3 Touch and Type in both functionality and price.