Posts Tagged ‘X2’

Video: Nokia X2 hands on, menu and features review

July 26, 2010 3 comments

Following the unboxing of the Nokia X2, 3BEPbEnokia has a couple more videos of the phone and the UI.

As with the unboxing, these videos are in Russian. IMO, I quite like the design of the X2, check out the metal back casing too – and for a “2” range. Being on Xseries, there is a music focus with the Nokia X2, as shown by those discreet dedicated music buttons at the red trim. Also, in the sales package, you’ve got a decent pair of in-ear headphones that doubles as a headset.

Nokia X2 hands on and menu

Nokia X2 features review

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Video: Unboxing of the Nokia X2

July 25, 2010 5 comments

This unboxing is brought to us by 3BEPbEnokia of the Nokia X2 (surprisingly quite a good looking handset)

It’s in Russian – but it’s worth a watch anyway to see the box contents (very generic, decent in ear headphones supplied).


  • 5MP Camera +LED Flash
  • QVGA 20FPS video
  • S40
  • 111 x 47 x 13.3 mm, 82g
  • 2.2″ QVGA
  • 3.5mm AV connector
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Pics: Nokia N8 vs Samsung Wave (+Gallery of Nokia X2 and Nokia C1)

June 25, 2010 8 comments

Nokia N8 and Samsung Wave playing Asphalt 5

Following yesterday’s Nokia X5 gallery by cssinsight on flickr, here’s another bunch of photos of the Nokia X2, C1 and the Nokia N8 next to the Samsung Bada powered Wave.

The C1 below is that dual SIM Nokia phone that has a sweeping, tapered design reminiscent to that of the Nokia N8.

The Nokia X2 is part of that music/youth/entertainment segment, packing a 5MP camera, LED flash and dedicated music buttons..


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Nokia X6 Technical Specifications (and live photos). Comes with…Capacitive!

September 2, 2009 2 comments

This morning at NW09 Nokia announced several devices, two of which were new unknown handsets of a new Xseries line up. The X3 and the X6. (Not to be confused with X1/X2/X3 Xperia range from Sony Ericsson)

The more interesting of the two, the Nokia X6, is now the Music Flasgship (if there is one) and Nokia’s first phone to have a capacitive display.

It is a Comes With Music ONLY handset to make sure you take advantage of Nokia’s unlimited free download music service. What else?

  • 32GB in built memory (no expansion)
  • 3.2″ 16:9 640×360 capacitive display (under glass, not plastic)
  • 433.9MHz Arm 11 processor
  • 128MB RAM (Undisclosed how much is free to the user)
  • S60 5th Edition
  • 5MP camera with Dual LED Flash
  • VGA video at 30FPS
  • TV-OUT
  • A-GPS
  • the 5800 media bar “button”
  • Bluetooth 2.0 with A2DP
  • 3.5mm jack

…and it’s 3.5G.  It also comes with 3 free N-gage games that are actually pretty good – Spore , D Mix Tour and Asphalt 4. There’s no USB charging by the looks of the AC-8 standard pin charger.

All that for 459EUR/402GBP/654USD unsubsidised although Nokia were quick to point out that the price will be FREE on selected plans – Perhaps around £35 range considering it is Comes with Music – coming Q4 2009.

Will all this be enough to follow in the 5800’s success?

The X6 is available in a white-blue or a black-red theme.  Read on below for the technical specifications and live Photos from Eldar/Stuff TV.

x6 both

…from this angle the X6 sort of resembles this…

[IMAGE from a post that talked about new slim touch screens and an N810 successor.]

Back to the X6…

x6 back side

Here’s a demo video of the X6. Take note how lightly it’s being tapped. NW09 attendants confirm capacitive at last! Though no mention of this in the official tech-specs or any hype from Nokia even though this is a really big deal. Most likely that making a fuss of capacitive is gonna be a downer on why they’ve been using capacitive (and why the N900 has it too).

I know it should really be more on the responsiveness of the display rather than a resistive vs capacitive debate but for me, capacitive has always felt better (Hero/magic/g1/i8910/iPhone). Yes you can be more accurate with resistive, but to achieve that accuracy you need a stylus. Handwriting recognition? Except for asian markets, what’s the performance advantage over QWERTY? And the whole glove/fingernail thing. Erm. Take off your gloves or cut your nails. It’s a touch screen – just a feather light touch. Not a press-screen. One less thing for Engadget guys to knock, eh?

X6 looks somewhat thicker than it actually is – and in some angles, there’s something oddly very N95 classic about it.


Nokia X6 Dimensions

* Form: Classic with finger-operated touch screen user interface
* Dimensions: 111.0 x 51.0 x 13.8 mm (For comparison, iPhone is 115.5×62.1×12.3mm. Smaller than the iPhone and just 1.5mm thicker)
* Weight: 122 g (iPhone 3GS at 135g)


  • * Size: 3.2″
  • * Resolution: 640 x 360 pixels (nHD) * Up to 16.7 million colours
  • * 16:9 widescreen aspect ratio


  • * 32 GB internal memory (not expandable, no micro SD slot)


  • * BL-5J 1320 mAh Li-Ion standard battery
  • Talk time (maximum):
    – GSM 8 h 30 min
    – WCDMA 6 h
  • Standby time (maximum):
    – GSM 401 h
    – WCDMA 420 h
  • Video playback time (maximum): H51nHD 25 fps up to 3 h 36 min
  • Video recording time (maximum): 3 h 30 min
  • Video call time (maximum): 3 h
  • Music playback time (maximum): 35 h

Colours and covers

  • * Available in-box colours:
    – White/Blue
    – Black/Red


  • * Micro USB connector for USB 2.0 High Speed to PC
  • * 3.5 mm Nokia AV connector for audio and TV-out
  • * Small DC jack

Local connectivity and synchronisation

  • * Bluetooth version 2.0 with Enhanced Data Rate
  • * MTP (Mobile Transfer Protocol) support
  • * TV out (PAL)
  • * Support for PC synchronisation with Nokia Ovi Suite

GPS and navigation

  • * Integrated A-GPS
  • * Ovi Maps 3.0


  • * 5.0 megapixel AF camera (2592 x 1944 pixels)
  • * Image formats: JPEG/EXIF * Carl Zeiss optics
  • * 4x digital zoom
  • * Autofocus
  • * Dual LED flash
  • * Dedicated camera key


Main camera

  • Video recording at up to 640 x 480 pixels and up to 30 fps (TV quality), up to 640 x 352 pixels and up to 30 fps (widescreen quality), up to 320 x 240 pixels and up to 30 fps/15 fps (email high/normal quality), up to 176 x 144 and up to 15 fps (sharing quality)
  • – Up to 4x digital video zoom

Front camera

  • -Video recording at up to 176 x 144 pixels, smooth up to 15 fps
  • Video recording file formats: MP4, 3GP
  • Audio recording formats: WAV (normal), AMR (MMS), AAC/MP4 (high quality)


  • * Music playback file formats: mp3, SPMidi, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, WMA
  • * Dedicated volume keys and immediate access to the Music Player from the Media Bar
  • * Stereo FM radio
  • * 3.5 mm Nokia AV connector

Box Contents

  • Nokia X6
  • Nokia Battery (BL-5J)
  • Nokia High Efficiency Charger (AC-8)
  • Nokia Connectivity Cable (CA-101)
  • Nokia Stereo Headset (WH-500)
  • User Guide
  • Mini DVD
  • Comes With Music leaflet


  • Included games:
  • – Spore
  • – D Mix Tour
  • – Asphalt4


X6 Gallery with live photos by Eldar and (Note, no designation here. Just 0000).

There’s also a much cheaper non-touch sleek slider S40 version, the X3 -fantastic for 115EUR/100GBP/163USD. Details here