Nokia Xseries

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The Nokia Xseries is a line of mobile phones from Nokia introduced in September 2009 as the successor of the XpressMusic series. It was targeted towards a young audience, and are more focused on music and entertainment with special dedicated keys, inbuilt storage and other facilities. The X2-02, released in January 2012, was the last handset of the series.

In May 2018, HMD Global launched the new Nokia X6 on the Chinese market but not officially classified it as new member of Xseries.

List of devices[edit]

Series 30 mobile phones[edit]

Series 40 mobile phones[edit]

Symbian smartphones[edit]

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