NOKIA WORLD: Nokia has announced that it will be bringing out two new phones that will join its music portfolio of phones, the X6 and the X3.
The X6 will feature a 3.2 inch touchscreen that has been optimised for 16:9 widescreen viewing with a massive 32 gigabytes of on-board memory, a 5 megapixel camera with a Carl Zeiss optical lens and dual LED flash, TV-out support and access to its Ovi and Music stores. It will have Bluetooth, AGPS and WLAN, along with HSDPA and EDGE network support. It is said to have up to 8 hours of talk time under a GSM network (5 hours with 3G on), and can play music for up to 35 hours.
For the X3, its sister phone that will be running the Symbian S40 operating system, it will feature a slide-out keyboard with a 2.2-inch QVGA display; and has access to the Ovi and Nokia Music stores. Also included is a 3.2 megapixel camera and can upload it to Flickr, and FM radio with a built-in antenna. It will have up to 7.5 hours of talk time and music playback time of up to 26 hours.
The Nokia X6 will retail for €450, while the Nokia X3 will retail for €115 – but they do not include taxes or any subsidies by the mobile operators. They are expected to ship within the fourth quarter of 2009.
Images for the X3 are below.