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 Nokia X2 Available now
29th April 2010

The Nokia X2 is a low cost music phone, priced to sell at just €85 before taxes and subsidy. Despite the low price tag, the X2 comes with a 5 megapixel camera with a flash, a 2.2" QVGA display, microSD expandable memory, Bluetooth and an FM radio. The X2 has a 3.5mm audio socket, and the camera flash can also be used as a torch.. which is a useful feature.

Nokia's X-series range is beginning to fill out a little bit now, and you can see common design themes between this phone and the X5 and X3  Nokia X2 phones in particular, which show that Nokia is trying very hard to introduce a similar look to this range of handsets.

This is a GSM-only device running the Series 40 operating system, so it's not as fast or expandable as it looks. However, the X2 does come with the Opera Mini browser, an email client, it can talk to Facebook and it supports EDGE data which is quite a bit faster than plain old GPRS (if your carrier supports it).

The multimedia player copes with MP3, AAC and WMA formats and it can be synchronised with Windows Media Player on a PC. Usefully, the X2 comes with a stereo wired headset although you will need to provide your own microSD card. The X2 has dual speakers and dedicated music keys as well.

This is a lightweight phone coming in at just 81 grams and measuring a fairly typical 111 x 47 x 13mm. The BL-4C battery is quoted as providing up to 13.5 hours talktime and over 25 days standby time which is pretty impressive.

There are two colour combinations available, a black/red scheme and a rather fetching silver/blue scheme that seems to work quite well. Nokia say that the X2 should be available during Q2 2010.

Nokia X2 at a glance


Q2 2010


GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900




2.2" 240 x 320 pixels, 262k colours


5 megapixels


Medium monoblock
111 x 47 x 13mm / 81 grams



Memory card:











Series 40

Battery life:

13.5 hours talk / 25 days standby

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