Nokia X2-05

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Nokia X2-05
SeriesNokia Xseries
Compatible networksGSM 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
Availability by regionNovember 2011
PredecessorNokia X2-00
SuccessorNokia 301
RelatedNokia X2-02
Form factorcandybar
Dimensions113x50x15 mm
Mass87.8 g
Operating systemSeries 40
Memory10 MB
Removable storagemicroSD (hot swap), expandable to 32GB
BatteryBL-5CB, Li-Ion 800 mAh
• Standby: up to 25 days,
• Talk time: 4 hours
Data inputsnumeric keypad
Display2.2" TFT, 240x320 px QVGA
Rear camera0.3 megapixels, VGA (640x480 px), fixed focus
Development statusDiscontinued
WebsiteNokia X2-05 support page at Microsoft

Nokia X2-05 is an entry-level mobile phone running on the Nokia Series 40[1] operating system. It was announced on October 11, 2011 and was released two months later. The phone was available in Black, Silver, White and Bright Red, and came with a stereo headset and a MicroUSB cable. The suggested price was €46 before taxes and excluding subsidies (SIM-free).[2]


Nokia X2-05 is focussed on music: it has support for a wide range of audio formats, such as MP3, MP4, AAC, AAC+, AMR-NB. The handset has a built-in 106phon loudspeaker and includes an FM radio with a speakerphone option and a possibility to record radio transmissions.[1] The phone can be connected via USB either via Nokia PC Suite, or act as a USB mass storage device.[2] The device supports Bluetooth v2.1, including A2DP and EDR profiles.


The X2-05 comes with an audio player, Nokia Browser 1.0, which uses compression technology, e-mail, instant messaging, Facebook and Twitter client apps, and supports Java for third-party applications, which can be downloaded from the Nokia Store (Opera Store as of July 2015).[1]

Nokia Life Tools 1.7 was included on devices made for Chinese, Indonesian, Indian, and Nigerian markets.[1]

Devices for the Chinese market included Mobile QQ (an instant messaging program popular in China) and a Chinese dictionary.[1]

MSN Messenger IM functionality may not work, because Microsoft shut down the .NET Messaging Service in favour of Skype. Alternative instant messaging services are supported via Java (J2ME) apps.


  1. ^ a b c d e "Nokia X2-05". Nokia Europe. 2012. Archived from the original on 2012-04-19.
  2. ^ a b Delaney, Ian (2011-10-11). "Launch: Nokia C2-05 and Nokia X2-05 – looks and power, for less". Nokia Conversations. Lumia Conversations (Microsoft). Retrieved 2015-07-23.

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