Nokia has today launched in India its most affordable X series QWERTY music phone, the Nokia X2-01 Mobile Phone which is a music-centric phone based on S40 mobile operating system that features full QWERTY keypad and dedicated music keys along with built-in stereo speakers.
Right upfront, one of the most disappointing feature of this Nokia X2-01 handset which is in fact the upgraded version of older Nokia X2 music phone, is its VGA resolution camera offering maximum 640 x 480 pixel still picture resolution. Its predecessor Nokia X2 music phone boasted a high-resolution 5 megapixel 2592 x 1944 pixel resolution auto-focus digital camera.
Nokia X2-01 is a quad-band GSM 850/900/1800/1900 MHz network ready candybar style handset that runs Symbian S40 and weighs just 107.5 gms.
The new Nokia X2-01 Music Phone is already available in India for Rs. 4,459 and it features 2.4-inch 240 x 320 pixels 256K color capable QVGA display and includes a fixed full QWERTY keypad in addition to a bunch of dedicated music playback keys on sides.
The Nokia X2-01 also offers direct access to Facebook from the homescreen and comes with Nokia Messaging application for email and Instant Messaging requirements.
Nokia X2-01 phone includes 55-MB internal memory along with 64MB RAM and 128 MB ROM, and comes equipped with microSD card slot offering up to 9GB expandable memory allowing 1000 entries phone book.
For data connectivity, Nokia X2-01 music phone offers GPRS class 32, EDGE class 32 connection, Bluetooth 2.1 with A2DP and is equipped with microUSB 2.0 port for wired connectivity.
Most disappointingly Nokia X2-01 handset sports a single 0.3 megapixel fixed focus camera (no flash) offering VGA 640 x 480 pixels still picture resolution, allowing video recording in 176 x 144 pixel resolution @15fps.
Some other features of Nokia X2-01 QWERTY music phone includes 3.5 mm audio port, Stereo FM Radio with RDS (has built-in antenna), voice recording, Voice Memo, JAVA MIDP 2.1 support, integrated dual stereo speakers, dedicated music keys and audio media player supporting MP3/WMA/eAAC+ files and video player supporting MP4/H.263 files. Music can be managed using the Ovi Player PC client or Windows Media Player 11.
Handset comes preloaded with Opera Mini browser and includes several games such as Bounce Tales, City Bloxx, Snake III, Blocked, Diamond Rush, Rally 3D, Brain Champion, and Sudoku etc.
The new Nokia X2-01 music phone comes with 1020 mAh Li-Ion battery that offers 4.5 hours of talk time and 450 hrs of stand-by time.
Nokia X2-01 Music Phone Key Features
- Quad-band GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
- Candy-bar form factor
- QWERTY Keypad, Dedicated music centric keys
- 2.4-inch 240 x 320 pixels 256K color capable QVGA TFT display
- 55-MB Internal Memory, 64MB RAM, 128MB ROM
- microSD card slot, max 8GB expandable memory
- 1000 entries phone book
- GPRS Class 32
- EDGE Class 32
- Bluetooth v2.1+A2DP
- microUSB 2.0 port
- VGA 640 x 480 pixel resolution fixed focus camera
- Video recording, 179 x 144 pixels @ 15fps
- Email, IM, SMA, MMS
- Stereo FM Radio, built-in Antenna
- JAVA MIDP 2.1
- MP3/WMA/eAAC+ Audio Player
- MP4/H.263 Video Player
- Colors – Red on Black, Blue on Silver
- 1020 mAh Li-Ion Battery, 4.5 hours talk time, 450 Hrs standby time
- Dim – 119.4 x 59.8 x 14.3 mm
- Weight – 107.5 gms
Price and Availability
The new Nokia X2-01 QWERTY music phone is available in India in Red, DeepGrey, Silver, Lilac, and Azure colors for Rs. 4,459 with one year standard warranty.
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