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Nokia's latest, unveiled today, is the X2, a budget candybar aimed at music lovers and - wouldn't you know - social networkers.

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Nokia's X2: low-cost musicphone

The X2 is based around a 2.2in, 320 x 240 display and is equipped with an FM radio, two speakers and dedicated music keys up the side. It'll do Bluetooth A2DP wireless stereo audio and there's a 3.5mm jack for wired earphones.

There's no on-board song storage of note, but the X2 will take Micro SD cards of up to 16GB capacity.

Nokia X2 Nokia X2

Features dedicated music controls and a 5Mp camera

There's a 5Mp camera on the back.

The Nokia X2 will be available for an estimated retail price of €85 (£74) before taxes and subsidies. There's no word yet on its UK release date. ®

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