Nokia unveils N97 mini, X6 and X3 smartphones
The Nokia X3 is a cheaper version of the X6. It is the first Symbian Series 40 mobile phone to come preloaded with the Ovi Store application.
The X3 has a 3.2-megapixel camera and a 2.2in display, though it lacks a touch screen and instead features a slide-up, numeric keypad.
The X3 features dedicated music keys and can hold up to 16GB of data thanks to a microSD card. It also has a standard 3.5mm headphone jack. Australian pricing and availability of the N97 mini, the X6 and the X3 have yet to be announced.
Nokia's X6 is the company's latest touch-screen music smartphone. The X6 has 32GB of internal memory and a capacitive 3.2in touch screen.
The Nokia X6 comes preloaded with Nokia's Ovi Store application and its home screen houses contacts and social-networking widgets for one-touch access.
The N97 mini is the first mobile phone that comes preloaded with Nokia's Lifecasting with Ovi application. This social-networking tool lets users publish their location and update their Facebook status through the Ovi service.
The X6 will be bundled with Nokia's Comes With Music service when it launches in Australia. Comes With Music allows unlimited music downloads from the Nokia Music Store for a certain time period, usually 12 months.
The Nokia N97 mini is a slightly smaller version of the regular N97 and features a part stainless steel body. It retains most of the original N97's design points, including a tilting touch-screen display, though the screen is slightly smaller at 3.2in and internal memory is reduced to 8GB.
The N97 mini has an upgraded Symbian operating system, which will also be available as a software update for regular N97 owners. Improvements include new home screen widgets and a tweaked scrolling system.
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