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Nokia X6 enters the review queue in all its capacitive goodness

I do admit that is running a bit late on X6 review. Unfortunately sometimes getting the phones is not as easy as some of you might think. Especially when we are talking a handset of such high public interest as the Nokia X6, on which everyone wants to get their hands.

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Nokia X6 at ours

But now that we have it in, we can guarantee you that we will do our best to come up with a detailed review as soon as possible. But for now we have prepared a short unboxing video as a brief warm-up. This will also give you a chance to ask some questions that you want answered in the review.

From what our first impressions show the Nokia X6 is basically a Nokia 5800 XpressMusic mainboard, blessed with the 5530 software and a capacitive display. Okay there are a few other novelties but the handset is almost exclusively about the capacitive display.

Nokia produced one of the best resistive displays in business (N900, N97 and N97 mini) but even they realized that this technology has its limitations. So here goes the next logical step in their touchscreen evolution.

The other key feature of the Nokia X6 is the Nokia WH-500 headphones that are included in the retail package. Powerful and nicely designed, they promise to change the way we look at inbox accessories for good.

Those and many more will be discussed in great depth in the full review. Now kick back and enjoy the video.


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