Of all of Nokia's line of phones, the US tends to see very little carrier branded smartphones from the world's largest phone maker, but we do get our fair share amount of entry-level units that can sometimes be garnered as being dispensable. Things are looking to be the same as the Nokia X2 has recently received its FCC approval which is a quad-band candy-bar phone that packs EDGE speeds. However, it doesn't necessarily mean that we'll be seeing a carrier take up stock with the handset, but it could again easily fit into anyone's entry-level segment. Just as a refresher, the Nokia X2 features a 2.2” QVGA display, Bluetooth, the tried & true Series 40 interface, Bluetooth, 3.5mm headset jack, FM radio, and a somewhat surprising 5-megapixel camera with LED Flash. We'll have to just sit back to wait and see which North American carrier will be home to the Nokia X2.