Sendo X2

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Sendo X2
A photo of the canceled Sendo X2
Manufacturer Sendo
First released canceled
Predecessor Sendo X
Type Smartphone
Operating system S60[1]
Memory 32MB[1]
Removable storage miniSD (up to 1GB)[1]
Rear camera 1.3 megapixel[1]

The Sendo X2 was the second Series 60 mobile phone developed by Sendo. When announced, it was the smallest and lightest Series 60 mobile in the marketplace. The Sendo X2 was the first "music mobile" announced; a good six months before Sony Ericsson announced the W800 Walkman phone.

Although the phone was announced and shown at the 3GSM World Congress in Cannes in February 2005,[1] the X2 never made it into production, because Sendo went into administration a matter of weeks before the X2 was due to be released. This led to a few UK based mobile phone magazines publishing reviews of the phone before they knew Sendo were no more.

The codename for the X2 while in development was Tobi.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e Shillingford, Joia (14 February 2005). "Nokia announces Microsoft tie-up". BBC. Retrieved 16 January 2011.