Nokia is still the world largest phone maker, even if other devices like the iPhone and Android phones are grabbing most of the headlines. The company unveiled the 32GB X6 music phone with the comes with music service late last year, but the handset was more expensive than many users could afford.
Nokia has now announced a smaller version of the X6 with 16GB of storage and no comes with music service included. The handset has a 3.2-inch screen and will come in black, white, white with pink, and white with yellow colors. The handset is good for up to 18 days of standby per charge.
The phone also has 11.5 hours of talk time and can play video for 4.5 hours per charge. The handset also has a 5MP camera with Carl Zeiss optics and dual LED flash. Ovi Maps GPS navigation is also included. The handset will hit stores this quarter at an undisclosed price.