Nokia’s latest handset could be about to benefit from a multimillion pound marketing campaign as it attempts to challenge Apple’s dominance in the smartphone market.
The new device will give users 16GB of space to fill with music and film, while its 3.2 inch touchscreen brings it closer to the iPhone than any previous Nokia.
A review of the product on TheLink.co.uk said that the build quality of the device is good and solid, with the main body feeling firm in the hand.
"Light up the screen, though, and the Nokia X6 comes into its own. The screen is bright and crisp and whether you’re tapping out a message or scrolling through your contacts, it’ll never miss a beat," the review added.
Summing up their thoughts on the Finnish firm’s new handset, the reviewer said that the X6 is reliable and likeable, although its price may put some people off.