The Nokia X6 was first launched in its 32GB format back in December of last year in a purple on black colour scheme, this larger reminiscence capability additionally meant that this was a more expensive handset and so the manufacturer has now released this new 16GB X6 model with a smaller price tag.
The other big difference between the 32GB and 16GB edition Nokia X6 phones is that the original larger reminiscence edition came pre-loaded with the 'Comes with Music' service – something very hard to put a price on as the user could download as many new songs as they wanted for three hundred and 65 days to keep forever.
Stripping out this service in the new Nokia X6 16GB model means that it is possibly sold less expensive and attraction to a younger, much less affluent audience, Nokia have additionally played with the colour schemes of the newer model firstly freeing it in a matt black finish in contrast to the purple on black and blue on silver colour variants of the original model.
Everything else however stays the identical, there is nonetheless the 5.0 mega pixel camera with Carl Ziess optics for quality image capture, a 3.5mm audio jack so the user does not ought to make use of the pre-packaged headphones, WiFi, 3.5G toughen and that impressive 3.2 inch touch screen for whizzing through the menus and an on-screen Qwerty keyboard.
The Nokia X6 16GB Black edition is the first colour scheme to be launched from the new vary, further models include a Nokia X6 Pink edition plus a planned silver and yellow colour scheme for this new music phone.
The main competitors to Nokia's music phones comes from Sony Ericsson and their Walkman vary however there is nonetheless no all touch screen model from the manufacturer that presents the identical high specifications. The Sony Ericsson W995 is the peak finish Walkman system lately available and although it does offer a closer camera at 8.1 mega pixels is nonetheless incorporates a slide out keypad rather than a touch screen.
The Sony Ericsson Aino could additionally be a competitor, it does offer a touch screen but without the finished functionality you would expect as solely certain features is possibly controlled, the Aino additionally presents a closer camera at 8.1MP and additionally a larger screen for enjoying music videos and movies.
The X6 16GB is yet to be given a release date on other networks but Vodafone look to be the subsequent to pick this new music phone up, they are going to be offering the Nokia X6 Silver edition as opposed to this black version which could attraction to a broader audience.