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6 reviews
2 positive
1 mixed
3 negative
MSRP $159.99
Release date August, 2010
Brand Nokia
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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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beautiful minimalist design

slim and lightweight

solid build - metal battery cover

affordable price point

3G, WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity

available in 5 colours

standard microUSB port

3.5mm headphone jack

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

large keys - perfect for those used to using T9 input

built-in FM radio

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application support is very limited, apps look basic

no GPS functionality

No maps software available.

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

runs Symbian S40 - feature phone operating system territory

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

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