Nokia X3 is the cheaper of the two mobile phones launched by Nokia in its new XSeries music phone range, the other being Nokia X6. The Nokia XSeries is a likely successor of the Nokia Xpressmusic and promises better performance. Nokia X3 is a quad-band GSM slide phone running Series 40 and offering a 3.2 megapixel camera, GPRS/EDGE, plus great music features that this platform is all about.
Nokia X3 is a music phone and offers features to ensure you enjoy your music. Like Xpressmusic phones, Nokia X3 comes with dedicated music keys, to give you easy control of your music. Nokia X3 also offers crystal clear music, reasonable media storage (2GB included, but can support up to 16GB), 3.5mm audio jack, and stereo loudspeakers. Nokia X3’s music player supports MP3, WAV, eAAC+, and WMA while the video player supports MP4, H.263, H.264, and WMV.
Nokia X3 features a 2.2-inch TFT display offering a resolution of 240 x 320 pixels and a colour depth of 262,000. The display is okay considering that X3 is built to be affordable and compact. Compared with other affordable music phones from Nokia, X3 offers a slightly larger display. For example the Nokia 5130 Xpressmusic comes with a 2.0-inch display while the Nokia 5310 Xpressmusic features a 2.1-inch display.
Nokia X3 comes with a good camera offering 3.2 megapixels photos and video recording capability. This is an upgrade from the 2.0 megapixels offered by previous generation of affordable music phones from Nokia.
Nokia X3 is quad-band GSM phone with GPRS and EDGE data support for your internet and other data services like MMS. Nokia X3 has a built-in WAP 2.0/XHTML/HTML browser enabling you to browse WAP pages and websites tailored for mobile browsing as well as full websites.
Nokia X3 supports short-range wireless connectivity via Bluetooth 2.1 with A2DP. You can transfer files from/to your computer wirelesly via Bluetooth as well as share content wirelessly with other Bluetooth enabled devices. With Bluetooth, you can connect your computer to the internet using Nokia X3 as a wireless modem. USB 2.0 interface is provided for Nokia X3 and with it you can achieve the same as with Bluetooth but in a wired domain. USB offers short-range connectivity via a USB cable.
Nokia X3 offers easy access to Nokia Ovi Store where you can download contents like games, and apps. Nokia X3 is also enabled to download music, ringtones, wallpapers, and pictures. A 2GB datacard is included for storing your content. If you need more storage capacity, Nokia X3 can support up to 16GB microSD datacard. You can use the built-in memory to copy content from and to your computer, meaning that Nokia X3 can serve as a USB drive for storing your files, but beware of virus.
Nokia X3 comes with a built-in antenna for FM. This means that you will not need to connect the earphone before you can enjoy FM broadcast, you can listen from the phone’s stero loudspeakers whether you plug in the headset or not.
Other features and specifications of Nokia X3 music phone that might interest you are:
- Available since December, 2009
- 2 Gigabyte Nokia MicroSD memory included
- MicroSD TransFlash memory support up to 16 GB
- Stereo FM Radio with RDS and built-in antenna
- 3.5mm Audio jack
- 2000 entries phone book
- S40, 6th Edition
- Flash Lite 3.0
- Voice memo
- Music player (mp3/AAC/WMA)
- Video player/recorder (Mpeg4/3GPP)
- Java MIDP 2.0
- WAP 2.0/XHTML/HTML
- Video streaming
- Battery standby 8 days 8 hours
- Battery talk time 7.5 hours
- Music playback Up to 26 hours
Nokia X3 and Nokia X6 are available at all Nokia authorised dealer shops throughout Nigeria. The major advantage of buying your Nokia mobile phones and other Nokia accessories and enhancements from an authorized Nokia dealer is that you are guaranteed to buy a genuine Nokia product. You also get a one-year warranty on any product you buy, plus good after sales services.
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