Thursday, 8 October 2009

The Nokia X3 endeavours to deliver

The Nokia X3 is one of the latest handsets which will be released soon by Nokia. In fact the release date is expected to be Q4, 2009. The wealth of handsets that Nokia provide is testimony to the fact that they cater for all situations. With this offering they offer a well designed and specified mobile phone which will be affordable for the majority. The unit is 96 mm x 49 mm and is 14 mm thick, whilst weighing 103 grams. This makes the phone a lightweight and slim line phone which is
typical Nokia design ethics.

The 2.2 inch TFT display screen is vibrant and displays 256,000 colours at a pixel size of 240 x 320. Images are displayed in excellent clarity as well as effective and superb colour representation. The phone comes with vibration or ring alert types and offers the ability to download polyphonic and MP3 ringtones to use if desired, to provide an element of individuality.

The camera provided with the Nokia X3 is a 3.2 mega pixel camera which operates at 2048 x 1536 pixels. It comes with enhanced fixed focus as well as an LED flash, for illumination of the subject matter in poor light conditions. Images taken by the camera are good quality and can be effectively printed out if required. Video recording and playback is available on the phone with recording at 15 frames per second.

A MP3 player provides the ability to play downloaded music of all manner of file types including MP3, eAAC+ and WMA, whilst MP4 video files can also be played on the handset. For those who prefer radio, a stereo radio is integrated into the phone and
provides the means to listen to local and national radio broadcasts.

The Nokia X3, appears on first impression to be a smaller and
budget version of the Nokia X6, it has a similar look to it, however the differences could not be more evident when accessing the features. A comprehensive menagerie of functions abound from the unit, which for its price tag will make it an attractive proposition for many

Author: Alan Reed

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