Nokia just unveiled the latest addition to its featurephone lineup. The Nokia X2-02 is a dual-SIM phone running on the Series 40 UI that relies mainly on its attractive price tag to attract customers.
The Nokia X2-02 is built around a 2.2" LCD of QVGA resolution (240×320 pixels). It has a couple of SIM slots, a SIM manager that makes managing them easier and even allows hot-swapping of SIM cards.
There's a 2MP camera and an FM radio receiver, an FM transmitter and a 3.5mm audio jack onboard the Nokia X2-02. The microSD card slot allows you to expand the storage by up to 32GB, so you can have all the space you need for your music collection. A microUSB port enables easy transferring of said collection.
The Nokia X2-02 lacks 3G and Wi-Fi connectivity, so you're stuck with EDGE if you want to browse the web on this one.
The Nokia X2-02 is expected to cost around €60 before taxes and subsides, but there's no information about its availability just yet.