Nokia has just unveiled a new low end music phone, the dual SIM model X2-02, that runs the Series 40 UI and gets an appealing price tag. This device comes with a 2.2 inch LCD display with QVGA resolution and two SIM Slots, with hot swap support.


The handset comes with a 2 megapixel camera at the back, FM radio receiver, an FM transmitter and it will be priced at 60 euros, in case you’re interested. There’s obviously a 3.5mm audio jack on board of the Nokia X2-02 and other specs include a microSD card slot, for extra storage for songs (up to 32GB), a microUSB port and EDGE as the maximum connectivity setting.

Sadly, there’s no WiFi or 3G on this model but for 60 euros, what more do you want? This price applies without taxes and subsidies, so it could be bigger! Another thing worth mentioning is that the X2-02 is tiny, measuring 15mm in thickness and 93 grams in weight. It connects to the Internet via the Nokia Browser and even provides social networking access. Its battery should provide up to 9.7 hours of talk time.

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