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November 25, 2009

Nokia X6 goes on sale in select markets

Features 3.2-inch screen, 5 megapixel camera and 32GB on-board memory

By CBR Staff Writer

Nokia has announced that the new X6 music phone is now available in selected markets. The new handset comes with the company’s Comes With Music service, 3.2-inch finger touch interface, 16:9 widescreen and 5 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss lens.

In addition to unlimited access to millions of tracks available in Nokia Music Store, Comes With Music subscribers will be able to download exclusive content directly to their device or PC from both, international superstars and favourite local artists, Nokia said.

According to Nokia, the new device is capable of playing up to 35hrs of music, 32GB of on-board memory and supports all main digital music formats. It also features three embedded games, Spore by EA, Asphalt4 and DJ Mix Tour by Gameloft, and access to download more games and applications through the Ovi Store.

In addition, the Nokia X6 brings friends and virtual communities such as Facebook to the homescreen, allowing users to socialise with others and follow all the favourite blogs and celeb gossips.

Ole Feddersen, vice president of smartphones at Nokia, said: The Nokia X6 Comes With Music edition is a stellar offering, that gives music fans the power to download all the music they could ever want – quickly, easily and for free. We are giving people a handy access to and ownership of a vast music library and a great new touchscreen device to play their music on.

The Nokia X6 will initially be available in Europe, Eurasia and Middle-East and Africa, and is expected to retail for approximately €450, before before taxes and subsidies. Although, pricing and availability may vary country by country.

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