|Compatible networks||GSM 900
|Successor||Sendo X2 (canceled)|
|Weight||120 g (4.2 oz)|
|Removable storage||MMC, SD Card|
|Display||TFT, 65K colors with 176 x 220 pixels (2.2 inches, 35 x 44 mm)|
|Rear camera||VGA (640x480) with 4x digital zoom and red-eye reduction|
|Connectivity||Bluetooth, IrDA, USB|
|Other||Flashlight, Java support|
Among the unique features of the Sendo X, one was the ability for users to download new firmwares from Sendo's website and upgrade the phone from their home computer.
Sendo shunted multiple times the Sendo Z100 to new release dates, and after cancelling the phone in November 2002 they announced to switch from Microsoft's Smartphone 2002 operating system to the Series 60 platform.
This decision resulted in the 2004Q2 release of the Sendo X.
The phone was supposed to be built by Celestica in the Czech Republic., however at least some model number stickers mention "Made in the Netherlands". This can be seen in the backside picture found on this page. Update: The Sendo distribution centre was in Arnhem, in the Netherlands, but no factory.
Sendo Pinball and Funny Farmer.
Mobilegazette.com was impressed with the feature richness without being over-bloated and call the phone stylish.
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