The X2 has a dull design, but it's all about messaging so we don't mind. Like many Nokia phones it has a sturdy construction and it's easy to use.
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The X2 is a convenient size. It fits squarely in the hand, slips easily into a pocket, and won't weigh you down.
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We liked the X2's domed keys. The arrangement is relatively spacious too.
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On the back of the X2 are the camera lens and speaker.
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On the X2's left spine are the microSD card slot and Micro-USB port. Unfortunately, there's no dedicated volume rocker.
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