Nokia X2 for T-Mobile Review
0. phoneArena posted on 09 Mar 2011, 07:39
Nokia aims to appease those who don’t quite have an unlimited disposable income with their messaging friendly Nokia X2. Rightfully so, this device sports a $79.99 price point on T-Mobile’s prepaid lineup, but just because they’re targeting this segment, does it mean that potential buyers will be greeted with an inferior product?...
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1. cyborg (unregistered) posted on 09 Mar 2011, 20:06 0 0
I'm getting one today as a spare phone. woot!
2. Marc Aurel (unregistered) posted on 10 Mar 2011, 07:37 0 0
It appears as though the T-Mobile version does not come with Opera Mini preinstalled unlike the non-US versions. That's a huge loss, because with Opera Mini web surfing is actually bearable (albeit still not great of course) with devices like this. Does T-Mobile even allow installing the Opera Mini? Or the Ovi Browser from Nokia Betalabs? Both are much better than the built-in browser because of the data compression feature.
3. buddy200 (unregistered) posted on 30 Aug 2011, 14:11 0 0
In India, it is launched as Nokia x2-01 and its the cheapest Qwerty phone in the market when it comes to big brands.
Also, it has Opera Mini 4.2 pre-installed which is a big plus. The other features it is having makes it the best value for money phone.
About the camera, with 0.3MP cam you shouldn't expect much. I say that even 2MP camera can't do the wonders and if you want to take good photos buy a digicam instead because most of the cameras in phones are crap and nothing more than that.
So, i paid attention to the other features it is having, not the camera and i ordered this phone.
But i want to add one thing that in USA It is launched without Opera mini pre-installed which is not small but HUGE minus point. If you want to browse internet that don't buy it but if you use twitter, facebook, hotmail etc. than you can go for it as it has pre-installed apps in it for all these things.