Expected to launch before the end of the year, the X6 features an angular, sleek form factor that has led many to describe it as the Finnish company’s best-designed phone ever.
The X6 will come packaged with Nokia’s all-you-can-eat music download service Comes With Music and will feature 32GB of internal memory. A price point of £395 is predicted when the phone is bought outright.
Meanwhile, the Nokia X3 is essentially a slimmed down version of the X6 with expandable memory of up to 16GB via microSD card and is expected to go on sale for as little as £100.
Jo Harlow, Nokia’s vice president, commented: "The Nokia X6 and Comes With Music is a powerful combination, enabling music fans to download all the music they could ever want - quickly, easily and for free.
“We're giving people convenient access to and ownership of a vast music library and an exciting new touchscreen device to play their music on."
Nokia’s current flagship phone for 2009 is the N97, which offers computer-style functionality, a QWERTY keyboard and HSDPA support for fast downloads.