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5 reviews
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MSRP $250.00
Release date September, 2009
Brand Nokia
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The Nokia X3 is a sleek slider style cell phone released by Nokia in fall 2009. It is the first Series 40 phone from Nokia to come Ovi Store enabled giving users the ability to add new applications, widgets, ringtones and other content. This media-focused phone has built in stereo speakers, a 3.5mm headphone jack, dedicated music keys and support for up to 16 GB of storage via microSD card. It has a 2.2" screen and features a active homescreen that lets users see their contacts, friends and current music that is playing. It has Bluetooth 2.1 support and full speed USB 2.0 connectivity for easy musical enjoyment, with easy music management thanks to Ovi Player PC client and Windows Media Player 11.  The flight mode lets users continue to enjoy music while travelling by plane. It has SMS and MMS inboxes and supports Nokia Xpress Audio Messaging as well as Nokia Messaging 2.0  letting users access existing email and IM accounts.

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phone design is sleek, all buttons mounted flush, clean lines all around

a full charge will last several days with moderate use

compact and light design, fits in a pocket comfortably without bulge or weighing you down

affordable budget price point

sound quality for music is better than most phones, clear and detailed

on-screen control layout for browsing audio tracks is comfortable and easy to use - takes into account how the phone is held

call quality is clear, signals are generally strong and calls do not drop

3.5mm headphone jack

built-in FM radio

standard microUSB connectivity

microSD card slot for storage

sleek looking slide out keypad

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camera is useless in anything but brightly lit settings

lack of tactile controls makes it difficult to impossible to work with when not looking at it

no 3G or WiFi connectivity

lacks GPS functionality

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