Despite the worldwide smartphone craze, it's nice to see Nokia catering to the basic phone crowd (because let's be honest, not everyone needs a PDA). Sporting a 2.2-inch QVGA touchscreen and a 5.0-megapixel camera (which isn't too bad for a low-end device), the recently announced Nokia X2 offers access to the Ovi Store, Facebook, FM radio, a microSD card slot (with support for up to 16 GB), music keys, and dual loudspeakers. The device will be available in June for €85 (about $113), which is a great deal, if you ask me. If anything, it's a cheap replacement device and a good camera for everyday use.
Anyone planning to purchase one? Sound off in the comments!
Via Engadget Mobile