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Nokia X3-02 Unlocked Touch and Type GSM Phone with 5 MP Camera–U.S. Version with Warranty (Metal)

Nokia X3-02 Unlocked Touch and Type GSM Phone with 5 MP Camera–U.S. Version with Warranty (Metal)

Nokia X3-02 Unlocked Touch and Type GSM Phone with 5 MP Camera--U.S. Version with Warranty (Metal)

  • Unlocked quad-band GSM cell phone compatible with 850/900/1800/1900 frequencies,
  • Sleek, stunning, touch-and-type phone with 2.4-inch touchscreen and ultra-fast Wireless-N Wi-Fi networking
  • 5-megapixel camera/camcorder; Bluetooth stereo music; microSD memory expansion; access to Ovi Store; personal e-mail
  • Up to 5.3 hours of talk time, up to 384 hours (16 days) of standby time; released in April, 2011
  • What’s in the Box: handset, rechargeable battery, charger, wired stereo hands-free headset, operating instructions

Nokia X3-02 Unlocked GSM Phone – US Warranty – Metal Stay connected and keep yourself entertained wherever you roam with the sleek Nokia X3-02 unlocked GSM mobile phone. This stunning, touch-and-type phone features a keypad for easy messaging and a touch display for one-handed navigation. Touch and type is ideal for SMS and social networking where fast and frequent input is needed, while touch is ideal for functions such as setting alarms, smooth browsing and controlling applications like music and games. Stay connected with the sleek, stunning Nokia
X3-02 Touch and Type phone (see larger). Catch up on reading your favorite blog with enhanced Internet browsing, or share your latest pictures and videos from the 5-megapixel camera with

List Price: $ 179.00

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3 Responses to “Nokia X3-02 Unlocked Touch and Type GSM Phone with 5 MP Camera–U.S. Version with Warranty (Metal)”

  1. Arunabh says:
    25 of 25 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Cool & Handy, July 21, 2011
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    Arunabh

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    This review is from: Nokia X3-02 Unlocked Touch and Type GSM Phone with 5 MP Camera–U.S. Version with Warranty (Metal) (Wireless Phone Accessory)

    I have always been a NOKIA fan for its long lfe batteries, strong & sturdy encasements and signal reception. This time I was making a maiden purchase of a Unlocked phone in US.

    Over a year I have seen innumerable Smart Phones of different makes & of different statements for individuals but I wondered how many of us actually need a Smart Phone.Do you need to browse google map while driving on a FreeWay??..In 24 hrs we are connected to internet for 18 hrs either thru laptops,desktops,tablets OR ubiquitious phones. Hence, I thought..lets give it a break.

    I needed a phone which was presentable, strong & capable to many activitied at the same time not provocative to my restless fingers. Lot of brands offer multiple phones..at range of $110-$200 & they are all basically entery level advanced phones..after evaluating all others for their look, style, comaptibility & speed NOKIA was again undisputable choice

    X3-02 is Sleek, Slim, Super Battery life, Awesome Display & Camera…& Quite sufficient for those who do not need data plans( OR Free Way plans :) ) but are happy with Wi-Fi at hotspots/home..This phone is For you..You can watch Youtubes,work on Facebooks & likes..( although display might not be comparable to iPhone)

    Do not compare to Smart phones of Apple,Samsung or > $200 range..if you like superfast,high resolution GUI & Apps go for iPhone..This Phone is not for you

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  2. OrlandoPants says:
    13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Nice compact feature phone…a few caveats, July 18, 2011
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    Pretty sharp, especially for such a small phone (as compared to today’s standards for touch screen displays). Part of me wonders why I feel like I need the physical keys – my cell phone experience might be more enjoyable if I opted for a full touchscreen – but in the end, I’m weird and I love having the physical keys, even though it’s t9 entry and not qwerty. Anyway. If you don’t want to read this all: Low priced phone with plenty of features, not a true smart phone but has enough to keep most happy, provided that you have small hands and do not require the extreme polish and power of the highest end phones.

    Note: I have not set this phone up with a plan yet, so I cannot comment as to call quality and such. I will comment on everything else that I have experienced.

    Handset has a solid, polished feel. Lightweight but not flimsy. Smallish unit, not for people with sausage fingers, fine for me. Size of display is respectable, considering the size and configuration of the device. Keys are enjoybly clicky. Clean, attractive design. I will say that I knew it was a small phone, but I hoped it would be slightly bigger. At least it fits into any pocket or armband!

    The layout is a simple candybar, but hybrid style: physical keys plus touchscreen, no slide out. An odd combo or a match made in heaven, depending on who you ask. I like it, it’s one of the main reasons I purchased it. On the negative side, it totally contributes to the smaller size of the display.

    Battery cover is metal. A little tricky to remove sometimes (you have to simultaneously press two rather small buttons at either side of the bottom part of the phone to release the cover), but just enough so that it should never come off on its own in your pocket or wherever. MicroSD slot is unobstructed by the battery, which is convenient (see power up comments!). Cover is easy to close, you just have to make sure you get both sides at the bottom fully snapped in, or you may welcome dust and dirt inside.

    Headphone jack is standard 3.5mm. A must, far as I’m concerned. From left to right as you view the face of the handset, this jack is at the top, next to the micro usb port and the charger jack. To sum it up, physically, this phone is attractive and user friendly for individuals with accurate and slender fingers/small hands.

    Power on the handset and…of wait, IF YOU HAVE THE MICROSD CARD ALREADY INSERTED, half the time, the screen flashes and the handset refuses to come on. If this happens to you, no worries, I’ve figured it out. The phone does not like coming on with the microSD card inserted, sometimes. Weird, annoying, probably enough right there to warrant a replacement if you’re under warranty, but it’s endurable, check it out: if this happens to you, remove the battery cover and press the microSD card to release it, and you will be able to power on your phone. Then, press the microSd card back in and all is well. Everything is peachy keen once the phone is on. When turned on, it comes to a standard home screen which is of course configurable. I like that you click the time to get to the alarm clock, and I’m sure almost every phone in the world does this, but I love being able to set any sound that you record (or video, I think) as your wake up call (or ringer). Anyway, you can set the home screen as you like, putting whatever you want in a set number of spots arranged a la typical nokia home screen format, or going with the grid display. Definitely makes things more convenient for the individual user depending on what you use the most. I have mine set with my music and radio at the bottom, WLAN search above that, time and calendar above that, and fav contacts above that. Whatever you do, though, what you want is never more than a couple touches away.

    The vibration feedback is quick and just enough feedback, and you can of course turn it off to save power. Accuracy of the touchscreen sometimes seems off, but again, it’s a smallish display. Also, you can calibrate it, of course, and that does help if you happen to have certain patterns in how you place your touches (i.e. if you tend to go low). That helped in my case. Also, compared to other touchscreens, you will sometimes kind of have to actually press it, as a light touch doesn’t always do the trick. Swiping across the screen makes everything move as it seems it should, just make sure your initial touch is firm enough (note: I recently downloaded facebook for the device, which is different than how fb operates if you just go into it from the browser, and in this version, screen swipes barely move the screen. Weird. But visually, it’s still more enjoyable than the stripped down standard browser version).

    Display is sharp, clear. It’s not an HD tv, though, in case that’s what you’re expecting. Decent view in the sun, not amazing, as with most phones.

    You can play with this phone…

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  3. Nokia4Lyfe says:
    15 of 17 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Nokia X3-02 is near perfect, January 31, 2011
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    I have been a long time Nokia user but have been turned off by their latest models but this one made up for it. The Nokia X3-02 is perfect for those who are still avoiding the Smartphone / PDA / Blackberry / iPhone / Android craze (VIVA LE REVOLUCION). It has a nice little touch screen that comes with a full touch QWERTY keypad. You can use a stylus (not included) with it which I recommend since the screen is smaller than other touch screens. The resolution is great and sound is near perfect. The Bluetooth functionality is a little spotty, it disconnects from my car’s bluetooth link up randomly but works perfectly on my Jawbone bluetooth earpiece. Configuring the SMS and Web functionality was a bit confusing but the WiFi function makes up for that. You can be within an open WiFi singal and connect without having to go through your Network provider which is a major plus.

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