A bog-standard candybar design and small 2.2-inch screen belie a surprisingly full set of music features, though. It has dedicated music keys on the side, an FM radio, up to 16GB of storage and dual speakers for full bus-annoying capability. Should you have the decency to keep your choons to yourself, headphones can be connected by Bluetooth 2.1 and a 3.5mm port.
That's not all. There's quick and easy Facebook access from the home screen and a wholeof funky little apps. Nokia Messaging means you can email and IM, but check how much data costs if you're on pay as you go.
That's more than likely with the X2 -- Nokia says it'll set you back a paltry €85 (£75), but UK pricing is yet to be announced. It should be out worldwide in June, in a choice of silver and blue or red and black.