The Sendo X2 Music Phone is the second Symbian OS smartphone developed by Sendo and one of the first phones to support AAC and AAC+ music formats. It features high quality sound (Enhanced SoniX audio system) direct from the phone or through the included stereo headset, supports the MP3 format and offers easy transfer of music from a PC over Bluetooth or USB, so that users have instant access to all of their music. The X2 also offers protection to music sellers and content owners with advanced Open Mobile Alliance digital rights management. At just 85cc and 95 grams, the 18mm-thin X2 is one of the smallest and lightest Symbian OS phones.
Thanks to the exclusive Sendo Now! Screen known from the Sendo X but now extended to include a music player, there's no wading through menus or searching to find your songs. Don't want to play music? Simply dial a number or snap & share high quality photos with the 1.3 Megapixel camera. The highly customizable Sendo Now! Screen means that both operators and consumers can adapt the phone to the way they want to use it.
Other interesting features include: charging over USB from a PC, speaker independent voice recognition and support for miniSD memory cards (up to 1 GB). Sendo X2 will be available in summer 2005.
Sendo X2 - PROs AND CONs
- very light and small
- high quality audio
- customizable Sendo Now! screen including music player
- 1.3 megapixel camera
- old Symbian OS, Series 60 and Java MIDP versions
- no EDGE or 3G support