Today Nokia has unexpectedly unveiled its new line of music phones, called the X Series. The first two representatives in the lineup are the X6 and X3 models. Both handsets support Nokia's Comes With Music service an well as other music-centric features such as stereo Bluetooth and advanced media players. They also share other features including quad-band GSM/EDGE supprot, GPS, support for Flash Lite 3.0 and integration with Nokia's Ovi services.
The Nokia X6 is an S60 5th Edition based monoblock handset with a capacitive touchscreen, support for tri-band 850/1900/2100 WCDMA 3G bands, a 5Mpix camera with Carl Zeiss lens and dual-LED flash, full web browser, video and imaging editor and support for Java and Symbian widgets.
The Nokia X3 is an S40-powered slider with a built-in FM radio antenna, microSD card slot (up to 16GB), 3.2Mpix camera with autofocus, lighted effects and stereo speakers.
Both models will be available in the Q4 of this year.