Nokia launched the first X6 phone back in November of 2009 with 32GB of storage and it includes the comes with music service. The asking price of about $676 probably turned more than one interested buyer away from the device though. Nokia has today announced the launch of the X6 16GB handset.
The 16GB version looks very much like its larger stable mate with a 3.2-inch capacitive touchscreen, and four new colors including black, white, white with pink, and white with yellow. The device runs Symbian and has 18 days of standby time and 11.5 hours of talk time.
Other features include a 5MP camera with Carl Zeiss optics and dual LED flash. The phone has the new Ovi Maps navigation service and includes preloaded games like Spore and Asphalt4. The handset will be available this quarter and does not include the comes with music service. Pricing is unknown, but it will be cheaper than its big brother.
Source: Slashgear,GSM Arena.