anantika|June 3 2010 |
Stylish and Nifty...That's what goes appropriate for the new Nokia X2, hitting the stores this June end.The 82 gm candy bar phone comes with a QVGA of 320x240 pixels and 26 million colour resolution. This is a series 40 phone having a quad band connectivity on frequencies GSM 850,900,1800 and 1900 MHz with no geographical limitations and high speed internet with 32 class GPRS and EGPRS. Bluetooth version of 2.1 is supported for wireless music fruition while the hardcore music lovers can definitely opt for the 3.5 mm audio jack.USB 2.0 makes a swift music transfer which thereafter is managed via the Ovi player and the Windows player PC client. Another splendid feature is the MS outlook syncronization contributing to the contacts, calender and notes storage. The playback is capable of supporting the audio files in MP3, MP4, AAC, eAAC+ and Windows Media Player formats. The handset boasts of featuring a competent camera of 5 megapixel and LED flash.
The phone offers a direct access to the facebook and Opera Mini Browser from the homescreen. Along with these Nokia X2 also features some other specifications as well like video recording and video playback,Instant messaging through Ovi Chat, Nokia Xpress audio messaging, Flash messaging and many more.
It will be costing around an INR of Rs.5,500 performing almost all the multimedia tasks.
As of now this is a good deal for the Indian market as per the consumer behaviour, but definitely the point of concern would be the performance of this product in comparison to its other two siblings Nokia X2 and X3.
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