Nokia X6 and X3 music phones unveiled

Considering all the announcements we got before Nokia World, we weren't sure what else the Finnish phone giant could have up its sleeve for us. But to

The X6 is the most impressive of the two handsets, and save for the small call buttons at the bottom, you could be forgiven for thinking it was a fully fledged MP3 player.

Packing a 3.2-inch touchscreen, 32GB of storage and 35 hours of music playback into a skinny body, it can certainly hold its own next to an iPod, but then its phone credentials are also pretty impressive.

The slim X6 features a 5 megapixel camera with dual LED flash, video recording, A-GPS, HSDPA, Bluetooth and Flash Lite support, not to mention a 16:9 widescreen for good movie viewing.

The X3 on the other hand is a slider phone, and the first Series 40 device to be Ovi Store-enabled.

You'll get a 2.2 inch screen, 3.2 megapixel camera, Flash Lite support and up to 16GB of storage via microSD card.

It also puts a big emphasis on music with a 3.5mm jack, built-in FM radio, stereo speakers and dedicated music keys.

As mentioned, both handset are Comes With Music devices, so you can squeeze in all the music you can possibly manage as well.

The X6 and X3 are set to hit shelves towards the end of the year, and prices will be around £400 and £100 respectively. Be sure to check out our gallery for more images and specs of both handsets, and be sure to let us know what you think below.