Nokia X6 16GB version to come February 2010, without Comes With Music

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Nokia X6 16GB version to come February 2010, without Comes With Music
It turns out the hot Nokia X6 will not be offered as a Comes With Music device only. That is, of course, if the information provided by eXpansys is correct. The retailer lists the announced 32GB version of the music-centric phone with a November 12 release date and a price of about $870. This version of the phone will be available only with Comes With Music, as it was officially said. However, here comes the interesting part. eXpansys also has a 16GB version of the X6 listed, which is said to become available, starting February 23, 2010. With the lot more affordable price tag of about $565, the X6 16GB will be offered without Comes With Music.

Of course, it would be great if this all comes true, since Nokia’s Comes With Music service isn’t particularly popular, at least in Europe, and the cheaper price will always be welcomed.

Nokia X6 Specifications | Hands-on

source: eXpansys, more via and IntoMobile



2. behold--me

Posts: 679; Member since: Jun 22, 2009

at first i saw the video of this phone n i was like "damn!!! ok now that is sick" then the person turned the phone on its side. so much for the super-sleek mentality, but thinner than other nokia music phones!!!!! (5300 lol) and DUH!!!!!!! thank you for making this, ya know, AFFORDABLE???? US carriers????

1. deepak_nr

Posts: 26; Member since: May 31, 2009

Cool,,,,,,,,Nokia is constantly listening to our pulse and hence know what we want in phones. And take my word X6 32GB ver will be priced much less than $870 & it's 16gb ver less than $565. Thank you Nokia.

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