G.F. Gokce, 14 Mar 2012I dont understand what has happened with the best 2mp shooters like Sonyericsson W800 and K750... moreTrue, I miss the days where a 3.2 megapixel Carl Zeiss beats a generic 5 megapixel camera on a smartphone hands down.
AnonD-12210, 14 Mar 2012I thnk due to cost reduction , they do not use the CMOS sensor in these phones .It does have a CMOS sensor. All phone cameras use CMOS sensors. CCD sensors are used only in standalone compact cameras nowadays (there used to be DSLRs with CCDs, but no longer since Sony stopped making CCDs in APS-C size). CCDs consume more power than CMOS sensors, so they are not used in phone cameras. The real reason for the poor quality of today's 2 MP phone cameras is that the sensors are even smaller than when 2 MP was not yet bottom of the barrel. Small sensors gather less light, which means poor quality due to noise (and noise reducion).
The current 2 MP camera modules also have very cheap plastic lenses, which will further degrade image quality. Decent quality 2 MP modules are no longer made, because their manufacturing costs would be the same as 3.2 or even 5 MP modules.
G.F. Gokce, 14 Mar 2012I dont understand what has happened with the best 2mp shooters like Sonyericsson W800 and K750... moreI thnk due to cost reduction , they do not use the CMOS sensor in these phones .
I dont understand what has happened with the best 2mp shooters like Sonyericsson W800 and K750 and Nokia N90. New 2mp shooters all are awful to see.....there were plenty of moderate 2mp shooters like Nokia N71, N76 and N92.
I am using this phone for 2 weeks in Kongo, it is best phone on the planet.
I am using it often and battery is very well.
i have a nokia x2-02..my father gave it to me yesterday...you have just said that it is touchscreen right??but it is not..
i'm using this handset from 1month...its suuuuuuuuuppppppppppppppeeeeeeeeerrrrrrrrbbbbbbb........i love my nokia x2-02.
"The only downside of the X2-02 is that both its GSM radios are dual-band only - the 900/1800 bands are pretty wide spread, but they don't give you world-wide coverage.
Something to keep in mind is that if you're in a call on one SIM card, incoming calls to the second SIM will get a message that your phone is outside network, rather than getting a "busy" message."
Something is not right here, it has two GSM radio units, but both sim cards can not be active at the same time! Why?