The X6 is a high-end music phone from Nokia with an incredible 35 hours of music playback and a whopping 32GB of onboard storage. It's full touch-screen device with a 3.2-inch display, and a slim tablet frame just under 14mm thick.
More than a music phone, the X6 is also a super connected device with space for 20 favourite contacts on the homescreen along with Facebook and news widgets.
Other specs include a five-megapixel Carl Zeiss camera with dual LED flash, a TV Out port for displaying those pix and videos on a big screen, video editing, full HTML browser with Flash Lite support for desktop-like browsing, and one-click access to Nokia's Music Store. As well, the device features A-GPS with Ovi Maps, still one of the best nav services out there.
Clocks in at EUR450 including Comes With Music all you can eat tunes, though it will also be available free on some contracts.
Its little bro, the X3, is a more affordable version with lower specs - it's a non-touch slider with a 2.2-inch screen hiding a standard number pad, with a 3.2-meg snapper, stereo speakers and dedicated music keys. It is however the first Symbian S40 device to come with Ovi Store access where Nokia is pushing thousands of apps, games and other customisable bits for your Nokia phone.
Available for just EUR115 including Comes With Music.
Both devices also feature Nokia's excellent email and IM feature, Nokia Messaging, and will finally feature threaded SMSes. Both available in Q4, joining the dozen Nokia Comes With Music phones.