Background and Identification
Released in 2009, the Nokia X3 is the first mobile handset released by Nokia that possesses a touchscreen in a "candybar" phone form factor. It is also the first touchscreen handset from Nokia that runs the Series 40 Operating System. Previously released touchscreen devices from Nokia have either not had a physical keyboard, or they have had a slide-out, full-QWERTY keyboard.
There is also hardware upgrade version available of this phone, which can be identified from RM-775 and X3-02.5 codes in the sticker which can be found under the battery. The X3-02.5 (RM-775) differences compared to X3-02 (RM-639) are: 1Ghz CPU vs 680 MHz CPU, 256 MB ROM vs 128 MB ROM and 128 MB RAM vs 64 MB RAM.
- MicroSD slot (supports up to 16 GB)
- Resolution: 240 x 320 pixels (182 ppi)
- Panel: 2.2 inch 4:3 TFT LCD
- Resolution: 3.2 MP
- Capacity: 860 mAh user-replaceable lithium-ion
- Dimensions: 3.78 x 1.94 x 0.56 inches
- Weight: 3.63 oz.
- 3.5 mm headphone jack
- Bluetooth 2.1, EDR, A2DP
- Stereo Radio
- 2G GSM