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6 reviews
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1 mixed
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MSRP $159.99
Release date August, 2010
Brand Nokia
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Description

The Nokia X3-02 Touch and Type is an entry-level 'candybar' style cellphone with both a standard 16-button dial pad and a 2.4" resistive QVGA touchscreen. Measuring in at 9.6mm x 106mm x 48mm and weighing 78g, the X3-02 manages to be slim and compact despite its touchscreen/dial pad combo. Additionally, the X3-02 features FM radio, a 5 megapixel camera, a dedicated music player key, a preloaded copy of Guitar Hero 5 and a bundled 16GB microSD card.

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Pros:
Do you agree?
beautiful minimalist design
+3agreedisagree

slim and lightweight
+2agreedisagree

solid build - metal battery cover
+2agreedisagree

affordable price point
+2agreedisagree

3G, WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity
+2agreedisagree

available in 5 colours
+1agreedisagree

standard microUSB port
+1agreedisagree

3.5mm headphone jack
+1agreedisagree

customizable OS capable of running current / popular applications - good for those who don't really need or want the latest and greatest smartphone experience
+1agreedisagree

large keys - perfect for those used to using T9 input
+1agreedisagree

built-in FM radio
+1agreedisagree

Cons:
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application support is very limited, apps look basic
+4agreedisagree

no GPS functionality
+3agreedisagree

No maps software available.
+2agreedisagree

No standard arrow or menu keys which makes some software unusable. (E.g. Google maps won't support S40 touch.)
+2agreedisagree

runs Symbian S40 - feature phone operating system territory
+1agreedisagree

resistive touchscreen - less accurate, more annoying to use than capacitive display technologies
+1agreedisagree




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