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Nokia X5 Officially Launched in Singapore

Jun 14, 2010
Singapore has recently witnessed the launch of the new Nokia X5 cell phone.

Although the device does not boast a very appealing design, the company is expecting to register good sales of its latest handset.

It would be interesting to note that the current X5 model is the second X5 from Nokia, with the first one being launched in April in China.

However, the Nokia X5 that was launch in People's Republic of China has a completely different design, which make the whole "X5 launch" rather confusing.

Currently there is no official information on the technical specifications of the Singaporean Nokia X5.

It is known, however, that the slider handset runs Symbian S60, features a 5 megapixel camera, has a QWERTY keyboard and can be used to access Facebook, MySpace and YouTube.

The device is available in four colors: black, bright blue, pink and yellow.



[via SymbianWorld]

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