Nokia X3 Price in Philippines & Specs

The Slide Phone concept took the world by storm some time way back. It was all the craze with teens and especially so for the great people of Japan. Come in the Nokia X3 that exhibits exactly what a slide phone should be. Click here to read more about the Nokia X3 or check out all the offers for it below.

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The Slide Phone concept took the world by storm some time way back. It was all the craze with teens and especially so for the great people of Japan. Come in the Nokia X3 that exhibits exactly what a slide phone should be. Click here to read more about the Nokia X3 or check out all the offers for it below.

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Nokia X3 Specs

Release Date in Philippines
ModelX3-00
DateAug 2010
Display
Display diagonal5.59 cm (2.2")
Display resolution320 x 240 pixels
TouchscreenNo
Display number of colours262144 colours
Weight & dimensions
Weight103 g
Width49.3 mm
Depth96 mm
Height14.1 mm
Volume65.8 cm³
Networking
SIM card capabilitySingle SIM
2G standardsEDGE, GPRS, GSM
BluetoothYes
Bluetooth version2.1+EDR
Bluetooth profilesA2DP,AVRCP
Camera
Rear camera typeSingle camera
Auto focusYes
Digital zoom4x
White balanceAuto, Daylight, Fluorescent, Incandescent
Photo effectsNegative film, Sepia
Video capture resolution (max)176 x 144 pixels
Sensor typeCMOS
Built-in cameraYes
Battery
Battery capacity860 mAh
Battery technologyLithium-Ion (Li-Ion)
Talk time (2G)7.5 h
Standby time (2G)380 h
Continuous audio playback time26 h
Design
Form factorSlider
Colour of productBlack, Red
Performance
Video callNo
Personal info management (PIM)Alarm clock, Calendar
Flight modeYes
Support for contact groupsYes
Customisable video ring tonesYes
Multimedia
FM radioYes
Speakersstereo
Audio formats supportedMP3
Image formats supportedJPG
Voice codecsAMR-NB

Nokia X3 Philippines: A Music Phone and So Much More

Coming in with dedicated music keys on the front-side panel of the screen, the Nokia X3 is equipped with relatively spacious keypad that slides down from the main body. Though the overall body design of it is rather boxy, the slide-down keypad makes it look sleeker and more reformed. Dedicated to make it easier and more comfortable for music lovers to fully handle the phone, Nokia installed a standard 3.5mm headphone jack at the top of the phone. The Nokia X3 boasts a small display of 2.2-inch, 320x240 pixel resolution screen. Though it’s sometimes slightly hard to focus of the display, it won’t be much of a hassle when you consider the application of the standard 40 media player, which allows you a straight-forward navigation through playlists, artists, albums, and genres and also a direct control of tweaking the audio output via five band equalizer and a stereo widening setting which increases the width of stereo image through headphones.

One of the prominent features of the Nokia X3 is the Ovi app store, where you can purchase and download games, themes, and ringtones to your heart’s content. Though only coming in with 45MB on built-in memory, the purchase of a Nokia X3 comes along with a 2GB memory card that you can upgrade to 16GB. You’ll get a basic 3.2-magepixel camera with only works best if there is an abundance of light in the capture area.

You’re also getting basic connectivity features with no support for 3G or Wi-Fi—so you’d have to depend on EDGE connection wherever possible. However, looking a brighter side of things, you’ll get up to 3 days and a half of battery life with it. The Nokia X3 comes equipped with other basic features like FM tuner, calendar, calculator, a contact phonebook, and gallery.

Should You Own It?

If you are an avid fan of classic Nokia phones and if you are on a very strict budget for a decent basic smartphone, then the Nokia X3 could be a commendable choice. Comes equipped with a decent line-up a features that could allow you to basically communicate with others, the Nokia X3 is decent phone to own at the very least.

Reviews of Nokia X3

hardwarezone.com.ph
Reviewed on 2009-12-11
It's getting crowded in the smartphone segment, with more affordable smartphones being released. Users have also become increasingly sophisticated and demanding, expecting nothing short of the best. So how does the budget-priced, multimedia-oriented Nokia...
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hardwarezone.com.ph
Reviewed on 2009-09-03
Some might think that both the Nokia Booklet 3G and Nokia N900 are the limelight for this year's Nokia World. We think otherwise, because Nokia has also taken the opportunity to confirm what its X-series will be - X for XpressMusic and it will represent a...
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wccftech.com
Reviewed on 2017-02-03
The latest breed of Nokia phones belonged to the powerful XpressMusic series. Nokia has made a bold move and has introduced a new X-Series and the opening chapter is called the Nokia X3. There is a bigger beast lurking in the dark as well called the Nokia...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2011-07-01
Clear call quality. Solid music and video performance. Good battery life.
No 3G. Poor, buggy camera. Cramped numeric keypad. Cluttered user interface.
The Nokia X3, like its X3-02 "Touch and Type" sibling ($145, 2.5 stars), is a tough sell. It's a decent phone as far as unlocked feature phones go, with good voice quality and a manageable slider form factor. But Nokia's utter failure to land subsidize...
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phonearena.com
Reviewed on 2009-12-17
Good music quality and powerful loudspeakers during audio playback, Robust battery
Mediocre in call quality, Cheap feel, Display with thin colors, Bad camera performance
With the announcement of the first models of the new “X” Series, the and , the manufacturer has turned over a new leaf in the development of their music line-up that was, until recently, called XpressMusic. Today, we are introducing the Nokia X3 that ...
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