The Nokia X2 comes in a small package with little inside: there’s a compact charger, a one-piece headset and a 2GB microSD card. There’s no USB cable – this we can understand, microUSB cables are very common and it helps keep the price down.
But the Nokia X2 supports USB On-The-Go and you’d need a convertor from male microUSB to female Type A (like the USB port on your computer) to use that. Now, those aren’t nearly as common. But without one you can’t use USB OTG – so, we’re guessing that it will remain a relatively unused feature.
:: Source : www.gsmarena.com Nokia X2 review: Fun times two ::