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Nokia announces C2-05 Slider Phone and X2-05 Music Phone

on October 11, 2011 – 2:10 pmOne Comment

Nokia has announced two new phones of different form factors. The C2-05 is slider phone and the X2-05 is the Music Phone that audio output of 106phons. Both these phones run on Symbian S40 and comes with Nokia Browser, Nokia Store and preinstalled social networking apps for Facebook and Twitter.

The Nokia C2-05 is 16.28mm thick and weighs 98.5g. It has 2-inch (320 x 240 pixels) LCD display and it comes with VGA camera with digital zoom and a full-screen viewfinder. Other features include MP3 and MP4 playback, FM radio with recorder. It has 32GB expandable memory support with MicroSD and connectivity features such as Bluetooth and MicroUSB. It comes with 860mAh battery that offers up to 600 h standby and 5 h talk time.

The Nokia X2-05 is music phone with udio output of 106phons and it is 15 mm thick and weighs 87.8g. It has 2.2-inch (320 x 240 pixels) display. It comes with VGA camera with digital zoom and a full-screen viewfinder. Other features include MP3 and MP4 playback, FM radio with recorder. It has 32GB expandable memory support with MicroSD and connectivity features such as Bluetooth and MicroUSB. It comes with 800 mAh battery that offers up to 643 h standby and 7.4 h talk time.

The Nokia X2-05 comes in Black, Silver, White and Bright Red. The Nokia C2-05 and the Nokia X2-05 would be available for 50 Euros and 46 Euros respectively before taxes in Q4 2011.

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Srivatsan Sridhar is a Mobile Technology Enthusiast who is passionate about Mobile phones and Mobile apps. He is currently using the Motorola Moto G. You can follow him on Twitter @ssrivatsan and on Google+

  • Smriti Rawat

    I do not understand why Nokia has to come up with similar products everytime. The same Symbian OS and near about similar specs.. There are enough of such Nokia products already present in market and we do not need new model numbers with same specs just to confuse the buyer. It’s high time that Nokia should come up with something new..