Nokia announces 'more affordable' X6
27 January 2010 — 11:58 AM
Nokia has announced that it is to release a more affordable version of its popular X6 handset.
Consumers could be tempted to recycle their used mobile phone in order to receive cash to put towards the new Nokia mobile.
The phone will be a 16GB version of the existing 32GB device, although this should mean that the cost is significantly lower than the £449 sim free price of the existing version.
All the usual features will be there, including a 3.2 inch display, five megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics and dual LED flash, WiFi, aGPS and a 3.5mm headphone jack.
In addition, the 16GB X6 will include the latest, free version of OviMaps which could allow users to plan their route using their mobile phone.
The handset and its price is set to be revealed by the mobile manufacturer at some stage during the first quarter of this year.
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