Will the Nokia X6 encourage you to sell an old mobile?
26 February 2010 — 3:22 PM
Mobile recycling could be driven by a new Nokia handset that offers consumers a range of features.
The Nokia X6 is now available to customers on 3 UK and the network states that social networking, music and photography is covered by the handset.
A 3.2-inch touch screen might make keeping in touch with friends via applications such as Facebook and Twitter while on-the-go easier than ever and a five-megapixel camera means that high-quality images could be uploaded.
Sylvia Chind, head of branded devices at 3UK, said: "We're really pleased to have the Nokia X6 on 3. Our network is designed for the mobile internet, this paired with the feature packed Symbian Nokia X6,will give our customers a great mobile internet experience."
Users could also keep on track by using OviMaps to direct them turn-by-turn to where they want to be.
The OviStore features a huge range of downloadable apps whether for practical use or leisure.
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