Nokia is still king of the hill when it comes to feature phones as well as entry level models, especially in the developing market and third world countries, as these handsets typically cost less than $50 a pop, where doubling that amount would see you enjoy decent features without breaking the bank. How about those who have a couple of phones that they carry around always? If you prefer to travel light, then you might want to consider getting the Nokia X2-02 – where this handset sports an Easy Swap Dual SIM feature, letting you manage your costs without losing connection to your friends and family.
Apart from that, this handset will also feature an internal FM antenna, a built-in MP3 player, dedicated music keys, recording capability, an integrated loudspeaker for music playback, and 32GB of storage space, letting you stash away a whole bunch of tunes without batting an eyelid. This music-centric phone will also come with a special audio processing feature that will let you enjoy the clearest sound in its class. There is also the “Play via Radio” feature that lets you record songs directly from the radio, now how about that?
More on the Easy Swap feature – you will be able to move in a jiffy between as many as five SIM cards thanks to a dedicated SIM manager, where you can swap SIM cards without the need to turn off and reboot your phone. With the dedicated SIM manager key, you can to manage up to five SIM settings as well as name each individual SIM card as you would do your pet. The Nokia Browser is also a whole lot easier, faster and more affordable compared to before, whenever it accesses the Internet, as it can compress web pages by up to 90% in order for it to download quicker and ensure that data costs remain low. There are also dedicated Facebook and Twitter clients which allows you to launch them straight from the home-screen shortcut bar, letting you check out live status updates as well as tweets from your friends and family without missing a beat.
Word on the street has it that the Nokia X2-02 will retail for around 60 Euros – will you be picking one up?