Retrieved 12 November 2011. ^ -6.html ^ «Nokia N73 – Full phone specifications». . 7 November 2011. Retrieved 12 November 2011. ^ «The Nokia Experience – The first phone to get the «multimedia computer» title: Meet the Nokia N73″. . Nokia C6-01 is a fully functional communicator with support for 3G and Wi-Fi on board. It also has a 3.2-inch AMOLED capacative touch-screen ClearBlack display. Nokia Xseries (stands for Xpress) is more for younger users.
Nokia X2 packs dual speakers, dedicated music keys, FM stereo and support for up to 16 GB of storage via microSD card make for a nifty mobile music device. This is done via a so-called compact QWERTY keyboard with two characters per key. Retrieved 12 November 2011. ^ «Nokia Europe – Nokia E72 – Mobile phone for business and personal communication with free navigation». .
Retrieved 12 November 2011. ^ «Nokia Cell Phones, Touch Screen Phones, Business Phones – Nokia – USA». . Retrieved 12 November 2011. ^ «Nokia E62 (finally) hits Cingular». Engadget. Retrieved 12 November 2011. CS1 maint: Multiple names: authors list (link) ^ Delaney, Ian (17 August 2010). «Launch: Nokia X3 Touch and Type». Nokia. The phone supports embedded NFC, customizable widgets, informative lock screen and is similar to Nokia C7 in appearance. Nokia C1000 is a Chinese-specific mobile phone, for the lower part of the market and includes Ovi Life Tools. It runs on Series 30, and can play music through its MP3 player. Retrieved 12 November 2011. ^ «Nokia Europe – Nokia X7 smartphone with a 4″ touch screen – Overview». Nokia.