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MSRP $455.00
Release date September, 2009
Brand Nokia
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The Nokia X6 is a media-focused cell phone released by Nokia in fall 2009. It is only 14mm thin and has a 3.2" touchscreen display that is optimized photo and video playback and lets you store up to 20 friends on your homescreen as well as popular communites, such as Facebook. It has 32GB of internal storage with 35 hours of music playback and has a 3.5mm headphone jack and dedicated volume keys for easy music playback. There is a built in 5-megapixel camera with a Carl Zeiss optical lens, dual LED flash, TV-out, video editing and online sharing. This is a "Comes With Music" phone, meaning you are able to download unlimited free music from the Nokia music store, with the included subscription period (may vary). It also features afull web browser, Flash lite support and a built in A-GPS with Ovi Maps. It comes preloaded with games such as Spore, DJ MIx Tour and Ashphalt4 for added out-of-the-box entertainment.

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5MP camera with dual LED flash

comes with Ovi Maps 3.0 (maps & navigation)

Stereo FM radio

32GBof internal storage

3.5mm headphone jack

3.2" touchscreen display

web browser with flash lite support

support for a online social networks apps such as Facebook

Integrated A-GPS

Voice commands

multi-tasking touchscreen smartphone OS (Symbian S60 5th Edition)

capacitive touchscreen display

standard micro-USB port

comes with free global offline voice-guided turn-by-turn GPS navigation (Nokia's Ovi Maps) as of January 2010

TV output

WiFi (WLAN IEEE 802.11 b/g)

can geo-tag pictures (with GPS data, when available)

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runs Symbian OS - and a version that is being phased out at that

old & slow CPU (ARM 11 434 MHz processor)

no charging over standard micro-USB port (need separate proprietary Nokia 2mm charger)

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