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Nokia launches X3 affordable feature phone with Comes With Music


Snapshot by Brian James Kirk on Wednesday September 02, 2009.

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Today Nokia introduced the X3, an affordable new feature phone debuting as part of Nokia's new line of X Series handsets. This S40 6th Edition device includes tri-band GSM connectivity, a 3.2 megapixel camera with video recording, and a full-featured HTML browser with Flash Lite 3.0. Most notably, the device includes Comes With Music, Nokia's unlimited music service that lets users keep tracks they download even after their subscription is over.

Users who appreciate music could find the Stereo FM RDS Radio useful when they are not listening to their own collection of tunes that can be stored on external microSD(INFO) cards. The X3 features a standard 3.5mm audio headphone port and Bluetooth 2.1 with +EDR and A2DP for use with headsets and stereo headphones. The device even includes dedicated music controls to easily change tracks and adjust volume.

The X3 will be available in two tri-band GSM configurations: 850/1800/1900MHz and 900/1800/1900MHz. It weighs 103g (3.6oz) and measures 96mm x 49.3mm x 14.1mm (3.8in x 1.9in x .6in) in size. The Nokia X3 will be available in the fourth quarter for EUR 115 (US$163) before taxes and subsidies.


Specifications for the Nokia X3
Operating System S40 6th Edition
Band GSM 850/1800/1900MHz or 900/1800/1900MHz
Data GPRS/EDGE
Size 96mm x 49mm x 14mm (3.8in x 1.9in x 0.6in)
Weight 103g (3.6oz)
Battery 860mAh
Battery Life 7.5 hours estimated talk time
16 days estimated standby time
Main Display 2.2-inch 176 x 220 pixel TFT
Camera 3.2 megapixel
Video Record/Playback
Messaging SMS/MMS/IM
Email IMAP4/POP3/SMTP
Bluetooth 2.1 with +EDR
Memory microSD card slot
Availability Q4 2009 (manufacturer's estimate)
Other Nokia Maps 2.0, Ovi Share, Stereo FM RDS radio, Flash Lite 3.0, 3.5mm audio jack

 

is it available in market @ 10:46:15AM EDT on Saturday October 3, 2009

plz rply

boopathy @ 10:15:51AM EDT on Tuesday July 20, 2010

its a nice mobile...and then i like slide

Hester @ 2:50:33AM EDT on Wednesday September 15, 2010

Message tone are very soft what can i do to get it very loud

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Brian James Kirk
Brian is a former news editor on MobileBurn.com that freelances in Philadelphia. You can follow him on Twitter as @BrianJamesKirk.

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