As said before, the X2's features center on messaging with a handful of extras thrown in. We'll start together with the basics first. The X2 has your 1, 000-contact phone book with room in each entry for five mobile, an e-mail address, a URL, your street address, a birthday, a nickname, plus notes. As always, you can save callers to groups and pair them which includes a photo or video and one with 33 polyphonic ringtones. Alternatively, you is able to use your own audio recordings as ring tones. And if you're really popular, you may store an additional 250 names to the SIM card.
Organizer options include any clock, a calendar, a calculator, your unit and currency converter, a to-do variety, a notepad, a countdown timer, including a stopwatch. You'll also find a express recorder, PC syncing, stereo Bluetooth, your My Nokia app for messages plus service support, and a Community portal which will deliver Facebook and Twitter feeds.
Like another basic phone on the planet, the Nokia X2 supports threaded txt messaging and multimedia messaging. Yet the X2 would not stop there. The handset also offers admission to most POP3 and IMAP4 services, instant messaging for any major platforms, and a dedicated webpages for T-Mobile e-mail. Keep in mind that e-mail and instant messaging come through the Web interface rather than dedicated applications. The experience can be tedious and frustrating often, but the options are there in order for you them.