You’ve had a peek at pictures of Nokia’s X3 and X6 handsets, now read on for the details.
Nokia has announced two cellphone handsets in its new X Series range.
The Nokia X3 is primarily aimed at music lovers, and is the first S40 device to connect straight in to the Nokia Ovi Store as well as the “Comes With Music” service.
Audio-wise, it features a music player, FM radio with RDS, stereo speakers and Bluetooth headset compatibility.
It’s also set up for social messaging, including Nokia Chat, Windows Live! Messenger and Yahoo Go!, plus email, web browsing, games and maps.
It features a decent 2.2-inch QVGA screen, 3.2-megapixel camera with autofocus and 4x zoom, QVGA video recording at 30fps, up to 16GB of storage via MicroSD cards and 3G network connectivity.
The X3 will be available in the fourth quarter of the year with a basic price of €115 ($165).
Stepping up to the Nokia X6, we have a phone not dissimilar in features to the N97 mini, but in a different form factor.
First up, it sports a gorgeous 3.2-inch wide touchscreen, a 5-megapixel camera with Carl-Zeiss optics and dual LED flash, and the usual range of music, video, web browsing, email and GPS. It has 32GB of memory on board.
The X6 will be available in the fourth quarter of the year with a basic price of €459 ($650).