Nokia X3 an upgrade option for music fans?
12 March 2010 — 12:00 PM
Consumers could soon wish to consider selling an old mobile as an option to get their hands on the new Nokia X3.
It is expected that the phone will retail at less than £80, which could make it an affordable choice for people looking to purchase a handset to use on a Pay as you Go basis.
Music fans could also see the phone as an option as the device has specific buttons to make the process of skipping between tracks easier and a 3.5mm jack means that users can change to their preferred set of headphones easily.
Nokia recently revealed that it was making four series of handsets available to customers - the C, X, E and N series - each with its own area of speciality.
The X Series handsets - including the X3 and the higher-priced X6 - focus on entertainment, meaning that users can get more from their phone.
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