Nokia X3 Costs P8,830 in the Philippines
Just in case you missed it, the Nokia X3 has been officially available in the Philippines for around two weeks now, at an official SRP of P8,830. So what do you get for that price?
Basically a sliding phone with a 3.2 megapixel camera, stereo speakers, and an FM radio. There’s of course a music and video player, and Bluetooth’s integrated. The X3 comes with a 2GB microSD already installed into the phone’s memory card slot, which supports up to 16GB cards.
Nokia promises the X3 will last 24 hours as a music player. With a 860mAh onboard, that figure will probably go down as you use the phone normally. In any case, the 3.5mm jack (which supports standard earphones and headphones) and the dedicated music playback control keys definitely the X3 a music-centric phone.
The lowest price for the Nokia X3 is currently P7,850 at CgeNa.com.
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