Finnish mobile phone maker Nokia announced today the launch of a new version of one of its latest devices, the Nokia X6 16GB. The new flavor of the handset boasts only half of the internal storage space of the original model, and also lacks something that X6 had inherited from previous music-oriented phones from Nokia, namely the Comes With Music label.
The little brother of Nokia X6
still has enough storage space on board to offer users the possibility to carry around a great deal of tracks, and will also provide enthusiasts with four color options to chose from: all black, all white, white with pink highlights and white with yellow highlights. At the same time, the new Nokia X6 16GB also comes with a 3.2-inch widescreen capacitive touchscreen for an enhanced multimedia experience.
“Running the latest version of Symbian^1
the Nokia X6 16GB boasts up to 18 days standby time, 11.5 hours talktime (GSM), 4.5 hours of video playback and a whopping 35 hours of music playback! That’s enough time to listen to roughly 12 per cent of the tracks stored on the device,” a recent post
on Nokia Conversations reads.
Other specifications of the new Nokia X6 model include a 5-megapixel photo snapper with Carl Zeiss optics and dual LED flash, which also sports video recording capabilities, as well as TV-out functions so that users can watch the videos they shot on a larger screen. Not to mention that the handset
comes with video editing capabilities too, so that one can make adjustments to the clip directly on the phone.
Additional features of the new Nokia X6 16GB include the new Ovi Maps
, offering users the possibility to enjoy free walk and drive navigation, and additional options. Moreover, the handset comes pre-loaded with games like Spore by EA, Asphalt4 and DJ Mix Tour by Gameloft. The Nokia X6 16GB is expected to become available for purchase in the first quarter of the ongoing year, presumably cheaper than the original model, though no details on its pricing have been unveiled so far.