Nokia has added to its X series smartphone line-up with the X3 Touch and Type, a new mobile that uses both touchscreen technology and a traditional physical keypad to give users the best of both worlds.
People who want a slimmer, smarter alternative to the standard X3 can choose this new edition, which is under one centimetre thick and has all the bells and whistles, including Wi-Fi and 3G connectivity.
Also onboard is a four megapixel camera, which is not too shabby for its mid range price point.
The X3 Touch and Type will be one of the first Nokia smartphones to come bundled with the rebranded Ovi Music Unlimited service, which Nokia recently announced would be replacing the existing Comes with Music platform.
Nokia will be selling the handset SIM-free for around £100 and it will be free on pay monthly deals starting from £15.
The good news for music fans is that Nokia will include a 16GB microSD memory card in the retail bundle, so it will easily replace a portable media player.
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