Announced back in November last year, at the same time with the C2-01, the Nokia X2-01 is now available in India.
Just like the Nokia C3-00, the X2-01 is a really cheap QWERTY phone – it’s available to Indian customers for only 4,459 INR (about $98).
The features of Nokia X2-01 include a 2.4 inch QVGA display, GSM/EDGE connectivity, 3.5mm headset jack, stereo FM radio, Ovi mail, MicroSD card support, and a VGA camera that will likely let you snap craptastic photos.
The X2-01 is available in five color versions (black, white, red, pink and blue) and Indian customers should be able to find it at authorized Nokia dealers across the country.
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