Nokia X3 Touch and Type
Nokia has just made an exciting announcement. It launched its latest mid-range multimedia handset, the X3 Touch and Type.
The phone has a 2.4-inch touchscreen as well as a normal, traditional keyboard.
The X3 Touch and Type is Nokia’s first trial at making a phone with a touchscreen display partnered with a normal keypad.
The phone is rather thin and lightweight. It is just 9.6mm thick and weighs 78g. At the same time, it is a quad band device with support for 3G, HSPA and Wi-Fi. A music player and an FM radio. The imaging bit is supported by the 5-megapixel camera which supports 4x zoom (digital). It can also capture videos.
The phone also contains dedicated music and messaging keys and in select countries, it will be available with Ovi Music Unlimited, permitting access to a library of over 11 million tracks. For extra storage – up to 16GB – there’s a MicroSD memory card slot. The X3 T&T offers five hours of talk time and can remain in standby mode for upto 17 days.
The new model will be offered in China, Ireland, the UK, Russia, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Germany, Spain, Portugal, France, Mexico Saudi and Yemen. In its launching, it would be available in a brushed aluminium finish and with a selection of five colors.