I have been a loyal user (and fan) of Nokia Symbian phones. currently i have two which is the Nokia X2 and the Nokia E5.
I use my X2 as a sort of back-up phone just in case my main phone (the E5) has started to bog down or my secondary phone (and Android phone) has stopped working, lost battery or if i sold it.
Now, i always thought the X-series have been very good when it comes to sound and audio. but what i'm looking for is a normal candybar or QWERTY phone that i can use as a backup phone to listen to my MP3 files - one that has similar EQ & audio boost (and stereo widening) features of some of the Symbian phones out there.
Any suggestions guys?
2012-04-10 11:01 - edited 2012-04-10 11:02
You can compare different Nokia phone models and their features on Nokia developer website. Just follow the link below:
Audio player features can be found under multimedia section, with differences highlighted.
Hope this helps,
There are so many of them. which one to choose?
Would the X-series phones be my best options? All i want is a simple candybar or QWERTY phone that has really good audio output and with very good EQ features like customisations, etc.