"What is it about Nokia?"
They release a terrible slide phone, the Nokia X3, then they come out having a completely different phone and contact it the X3-02, hoping no one will notice. Confusing or what? But a minimum of they maintain on trying, and also the X3-02 is really a great deal much better than the X3. It's not an update you comprehend, it is a totally different model. Perhaps Nokia's environmental folk think they have to recycle names as well as raw materials.
Anyway, the X3-02 is a new breed of phone called Touch and Type. It's got a keypad and a touchscreen, you see. Sony Ericsson have been here currently using the Aino and that ended in tears, but at least Nokia have priced the X3-02 sensibly. The important feature from the X3-02 is the screen/keypad mixture, so let's talk about that initial. We've by no means been a fan of alphanumeric keypads. Ever. But a lot of individuals appear happy with them, and it's apparent that pairing the keypad with a touchscreen has got to become a good thought. The screen's quite small, and becoming resistive it isn't probably the most responsive touchscreen ever, but it's better than not having one. In fact, we believe it's an excellent idea.
Featurewise, the X3-02 is once more an oddity. It has a lot of some issues and not sufficient of other people. In short, it's greatest assets are its extraordinary thinness and lightweightedness; its brilliant array of connectivity such as high speed 3G HSDPA and Wi-Fi, its music player and radio and its general funkiness and wide choice of colours. On the poor side, the camera has full concentrate rather than autofocus, and no flash either, no GPS and not a lot of memory.
On balance, it's a good phone, and we're totally sold on the Touch and Type concept. Give it a try, you might like it. Just make it clear that it is the X3-02 you would like. On no circumstances get the X3 by mistake. And beware, because numerous customers are reporting the old Nokia problems of freezing, crashing, blank screens and common breaking that is all too familiar.
May be useful ^_^