Nokia X2 is still planning for a February 16th release with T-Mobile?
It’s rather surprising to ever find a US carrier taking hold of a Nokia branded device since their name isn’t as well established as it used to be. Still, this Series 40 handset will undoubtedly play to the strengths of messengers all around since it’s equipped with a modest looking portrait style physical keyboard. And for those who don’t want to complicate their lives with some sort of BlackBerry, this might prove to be a healthy solution since the platform doesn’t come off as being overly complicated.
Now that we have a clear cut date on when this one will be released, the only thing left to find out now is a concrete on-contract pricing. Or maybe it'll be offered as a prepaid device as well?.
1. jack395 (Posts: 23; Member since: 18 Jul 2010)
PhoneArena please be accurate with your presentation! You reported about the entry level X2 with a QWERTY which means it's X2-01 coming to a US carrier. But then right above you show the specs of still another X2, a non-qwerty candybar X2-00. Which is it really?
2. jack395 (Posts: 23; Member since: 18 Jul 2010)
X2-00 is really a nice phone though nothing compared to my other phones. It's been available here in the Philippines since October 2010 and carries with it a very affordable price tag. I like phone's build quality and nice loudspeakers. Great value for money!
3. tmobilition (unregistered)
The phone is officially listed as the "Nokia X2" by T-Mobile, so when they say "X2", they're referring to the official marketing name, rather than the specific model number. There were a little off, however. This phone is launching only as prepaid, no postpaid variant.
4. Nick nwoke (unregistered)
I bought this hand set " Nokia X2" from one the T-Moble store around Houston, each time I try answer a call, on the LCD it show unlock the phone, then press the function key. I need somebody to help me this device.