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Music on the move and entertainment is the Nokia X6’s forte. But as well as a great media player, five megapixel camera, an expansive, 3.2-inch touchscreen and masses of onboard memory. And it looks great, to boot.
If you’re in the market for a music phone, the Nokia X6 may well be the handset you’ve been waiting for. Thanks to its brilliant media player and 3.5mm headphone jack, you’ll enjoy crystal clear sound that adds a new dimension to your favourite tunes.
Meanwhile, thanks to the generous 32GB of onboard memory, there’s plenty of room for your collection – no matter how extensive it may be. And when you’re bored of what you’ve already got, the free 12-month subscription to Nokia’s music download service that comes with the phone means you that new tracks are always only ever a few button pushes away.
Alternatively, if it’s high-end imaging capabilities in a mobile phone you crave the X6 caters for you too. The five megapixel camera with a Carl Zeiss lens and dual LED flash delivers images that easily as good as those you’d get from a dedicated digital camera. Plus, to ensure you’re as happy as possible with your snaps, there’s editing software installed.
Other features of the X6 include email with a document viewer, photo editing software, built-in and downloadable games, a 3.2-inch touchscreen, handwriting recognition for easy text entry, geo-tagging, A-GPS and HSDPA support for fast downloads.
Owners of the X6 can expect talk time of up to six hours and up to 420 hours when the phone is in standby mode.