Nokia X2-02- Dual Sim Mobile Phone Launches Today

| December 1, 2011 | 22 Replies

Nokia X2-02Nokia’s strategy to “connect the next billion” is slowly but surely coming to fruition with the inclusion of the media-centric X2-02 handset in their wide device portfolio.

It comes with Nokia’s very own Easy Swap Dual SIM technology and is loaded with dedicated Facebook and Twitter clients that you can directly launch from the home-screen shortcutbar.

For those interested, you can select your phone from 5 vibrant and exciting colours: Bright Red, Dark Silver, Orange, Violet and Ocean Blue.

On top of all these cool features, this looker comes at an affordable price of € 60 before applicable taxes and subsidies, though this price may vary in different markets.

For more information, click the link below


So are you getting one?

Btw, I thought the X series naming convention has been replaced with Asha? Perhaps this phone was in the works before the announcement of the Asha series. Please correct me if I am wrong.

Source: Nokia Conversation

Thanks Vikas Patidar and uturn for the tip!







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  • Best thing is built in antenna and easy swap and the worst thing is still no Dual Active mode.

  • Is this handset have dual stand by facility! I am attracted with this phone, want to purchase. Please help me.

  • sumodk

    Does it have “dual active mode”, if not then its very frustrating.

  • Aman

    Of course it has dual active mode.
    And it has inbuilt fm antenna and the most excited feature is fm transmitter and that just for €60


  • Conor

    I really like this handset, and will probably get one as a backup/knockaround phone. FM transmitter is worth its weight in gold when road tripping.

  • Viipottaja

    The name is because its just (an importan one though) a variant of an older model that came before the Ashas. Would be even more confusing if they switched the name to Asha 202 for example, at this point.

  • bomber21

    Nice phone for the price.

    But when we will see the real replacement of X2-00? Come on, Nokia, release a S40 candybar phone with decent camera with led flash, big 2,6 or 2,8 inches screen and the 1Ghz processor!!

    • Marc Aurel

      Well, the Asha 302 will probably be a slider with a 2.6″ screen. Don’t know about a flash, though, and of course the camera will be 5 MP full-focus at best. If you want an S40 phone with a good camera and flash, the 6600i Slide or even the 6700 Classic are still the best bets, if you can find them somewhere.

      • bomber21

        You are right, but we need something new! 😉

  • Reonhato

    IT only has “dual-standby” not “Dual-active”.

    Means that if you are using SIM1 (call,surf) for 30 minutes, SIM2 will be offline for 30 minutes too.

    But they can get text messages at the same time. But not during the second you are sending one.

    • d ^^ b

      Thanks for the clarification.

      It doesn’t sound that bad, I don’t think I get that many calls during other calls.
      I would think that if you have answering machine on the contract for those times when your phone is off, the call goes there ?

  • Razor

    When will hear more about meltemi, & how it’ll gradually supplant or fit-in-with S40?
    Elop hinted that it’s definitely still coming in one of his last interviews.

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  • n-user

    WoW!! The XpressMusic Buttons came back!

    can’t imaging if it got 160GB like an iPod. ;D

  • migo

    Looks like it has nice front keys. Hopefully they’re as good as they look, it’s been a while since Nokia has made a 12-key keypad that isn’t awfully cramped.

  • Chandra Rai

    I really like it

  • I am totaly impressed to this handset.
    I want to buy this asap, kindly tell me when it’ll lunch.

  • Ashaij

    Frndz dont get attract to that phone.
    Ph doesnt suprt mp4 it get hanged.

    Its very bad.

  • erika

    Nokia X2-02 is available in the Philippines?

  • Rajveer

    It supports whatsapp or not

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