The X6 is the first in the new X Series and Nokia's latest attempt at enticing us into downloading a serious amount of tunes with a year long Comes With Music subscription. It was first introduced by Nokia towards the end of last year as its flagship music phone, replacing its predecessor the 5800 XpressMusic which, let's face it was a little underwhelming.
As Nokia's new flagship multimedia phone it's got the features to back it up. This icludes a whopping 32GB of onboard storage, just like the N97, making it a huge storage house for all your downloaded tunes from your Comes With Music subscription. But if music isn't that important to you or binding yourself to Nokia's all-you-can-eat sign-up service doesn't float your boat, there's also a 16GB model which comes minus this condition.
It's other features include a capacitive touchscreen - a first for Nokia and a nice upgrade from the 5800's resistive touchscreen - Symbian S60, WiFi, HSDPA, GPS and with a 5MP camera with Carl Zeis optics it's got plenty of sheen and a considerable improvement on the 3.2MP toting 5800.