The Nokia X2 has a solid, straightforward design and a comfortable keyboard. Messaging options are plentiful and call quality is satisfactory.
Good battery life, easy accessibility and simple menus...
Slim, lightweight design, comfortable keypad, excellent audio quality, powerful loudspeakers, dedicated music buttons, FM radio works without connecting wired headset
Display, Excellent camera, Good battery backup, Dedicated music and camera keys
Good audio playback with headphones, Convenient music buttons, Camera and flash perform well for the price
The Nokia X2 has a low-resolution display and lacks a dedicated volume rocker. The speakerphone performance wasn't ideal, and data speeds top out at EDGE.
No 3G or advanced features limit its usefulnessLook and Feel...
Display has poor viewing angles, music keys are easy to press accidentally, volume buttons are difficult to press, average camera quality despite the resolution, web browser runs out of memory too fast, battery life could have been better
Uncomfortable keypad, Data cable length
No 3G / WiFi, Fascia loves fingerprints, Music playback through speakers is tinny
By TechRadar on March 24, 2011
Overview, design and feelThe Nokia X2 is an entry-level handset with plenty of features and a penchant for music playback. It sits somewhere between the Nokia C1-01 and the Nokia X3 Touch and Type in both functionality and price. With the recent trend...60
By MobileWhack on March 11, 2011
I’ve got something good for you if you’re looking for something good and simple in your cell phones, one of the new ones out at T-Mobile, a prepaid phone (that frankly has the look of a smartphone to it) called the Nokia X2, a phone that...50
By cnet on March 08, 2011
The Nokia X2 offers basic communication options, plus a couple of extras, in an agreeable design. What's more, it delivers a full keyboard at an affordable...70
By 3G UK on February 24, 2011
While the Nokia X2 is very affordable and looks good, the Symbian S40 operating system is getting a tad outdated and the omission of 3G is a big letdown. Even the most basic handset could benefit from a speedy data connection - however, for the price...60
By Mobile Choice on February 22, 2011
Affordable, shiny and easy in the hand, the Nokia X2 is good for music playback, but its lack of 3G or Wi-Fi means it’s not suitable for heavy data users...60
By TechTree on December 23, 2010
The Nokia X2 is priced at Rs. 5,489. For that price, you are getting a very decent phone with good features and performance. Considering the price we must say the X2 is good value for money. However, it is not the best that you can get for this price....70
By CIOL on November 09, 2010
Nokia X2, another member to Nokia X series family after Nokia X6 and Nokia X3. Nokia X2 is an entry level mobile phone targeting customers looking for a good quality camera phone at lower price. The Nokia X2 resembles X3 in its design and inherits...-
By GSMArena on October 14, 2010
Typical Series 40 phone, the Nokia X2 didn’t have many major disappointments in store. There’s not much to rave about either. The camera was the only really questionable feature, though some of the software issues are off-putting too....-
By CellPhoneQuick on October 01, 2010
Overall not like the choice of the elite who would much rather go for the high end however Nokia X2 offers a lot for its price.The excellently performing stereo speakers and the built-in FM antenna perform admirably and audio output on the headphones...-
By Phone Arena on September 30, 2010
The Nokia X2 performs pretty well across all fronts for a phone of this price and class, except when it comes to being connected. The lack of 3G and Wi-Fi is a real disabler if that is a priority. If it isn't however, then the Nokia X2 is a good...70