Nokia has announced another new dual SIM phone: the Nokia X2-02, which looks pretty much like the X2-05 unveiled back in October.
Using an S40 UI, the X2-02 not only supports two SIM cards, but it also lets you easily manage cots and move “easily between as many as five SIM cards using a dedicated SIM manager.”
Moreover, the new handset comes with “a special audio processing feature that brings you the clearest sound you’ll find at this price”, an in-built loudspeaker, dedicated music keys, and a “Play via Radio” feature song recordings directly from the FM radio.
Other features: 2.2 inch QVGA display, Nokia Browser, dedicated Facebook and Twitter clients, 2MP camera, MicroSD card support (up to 32GB), and a battery that should provide a talk time of up to 9.7 hours, or a stand-by time of up to 18.5 days. In case you’re wondering, the phone does not have 3G connectivity.
The Nokia X2-02 will be released in five color versions: Bright Red, Orange, Violet, Ocean Blue, and Dark Silver. Nokia didn’t say when exactly the new phone would be available for purchase, and neither in what markets. The company did announce its price though: around €60 before taxes and subsidies. Most probably, the X2-02 will sell very well in emerging markets.
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