Nokia continues to focus on the audio functions of its devices. For some time now, Nokia has been Making mobile phones that are geared towards people who care about their music, while still continuing to offer the technical specifications that interest the different sectors they cater to.The most recent smartphone the've introduced is called Nokia X6 and is the top of the X time.

The phone comes with a subscription to Nokia Comes with Music, which allows the individuals user to access millions of audio files and to download excerpts and information about the artists. It also comes with a pair of headphones (not earphones) which are a bit uncomfortable for talking but which make the X6 the best multimedia product available at the moment.In addition to listening through the headphones, you can also choose to listen to the music through its powerful built-in speakers. The X6 is also the first Nokia cell phone to offer a capacitive touch screen, a vital development seeing that a majority of other major firms have already introduced this option into their product lines.

The technical specs are also very interesting:
the display measures 3.2" with a 640X360 pixel resolution and 16.7 million colors. Naturally it has Umts-Hsdpa technology, wi-fi with a built in wireless air cards, and Bluetooth in addition to a mini Usb cable for any kind of connection.The multimedia aspect of the phone is not limited to music, either. The X6 has a camera with 5 megapixels, a Zeiss lens and is able to take photos with maximum resolution 2592 × 1944 pixels and capable of recording video in VGA format at 30 fps, it is also equipped with dual LED flash, geo-tagging feature, zoom and autofocus and a 32Gb memory.

Among other functions of the Nokia X6 there are FM radio, MP3 ringtones, Instant Messaging, GPS with support A-GPS, Maps 3.0, WMV/RV/MP4/3GP video player, music player MP3/WMA/WAV/RA / AAC/M4A, TV out, document viewer (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), Photo Editor.
Nokia has declared that the 1320 mAh lithium ion battery will last for 30 hours of non stop music.