Nokia’s new X3 is their greenest mobile phone yet and it is loaded with style. It’s possibly where the design of mobile phones is going. This little puppy comes with eco-friendly features such as a reminder unplug the high-efficiency charger and it’s made from 60% recycled and non-hazardous materials.
This mobile phone has a host of features as a slider phone it weighs in at 103 Gms, it’s also quad-band with a 3.2 megapixels camera and video with a 4 x digital zoom. For a dance floor, the X3 comes with a 2.2-inch 262K color QVGA display. This is not a touch screen handset, that’s more the preserve if you want to spend a little bit more. Under the display is a navigation D-pad, with soft key and call end buttons on a flat glossy black front control panel. It has a slide-out keyboard, which I have always liked. It makes more of the process of making a call, a bit like the ‘Matrix’ phone.
The X3 is a greener mobile than most but it’s not being promoted as one, it’s being touted more like a music mobile, with everything centered around making it easy for users to listen to music on the go. And to do that it has forward, rewind, play/pause controls.
It has a column of dedicated music buttons lined up vertically on the left-hand side of the display – these give you quick access to the track-skip and play/pause controls. The music player can play MP3/WAV/eAAC + / WMA files. With integrated stereo speakers and 3.5 mm, stereo headphone plug is also provided. Stereo FM radio with RDS support, a built-in FM radio antenna Nokia music store support allows you to download music directly on to your phone.
The Nokia X3 comes with a 2GB MicroSD card supplied in-box
It has instant messaging, hands-free speakerphone, flight mode and it’s very easy to access the internet with it and you can add a microSD memory card to ramp it up to 16GB.
But the best bit for me is that the Nokia X3 is 100% Recyclable.