It has been found in recent months thatNokia redoubled efforts to provide a full range of touch. If it seemsto address all segments at once, it is clear he is still a focus onmobile touch-oriented "music". The X6 that we are testinghere is the latest in this line and also the model more upmarket. Itoffers features generally quite comparable to that of N97 Mini withthe same manufacturer, which ranks in the top of the basket.
It displays pretty average dimensions111 x 51 x 13.8 mm to 122 grams on the scales. Its 3.2-inch touchscreen with 16 million displayable colors in a resolution of 360 x640 pixels. This display has the distinction of being the firstcapacitive touch screen that incorporates Nokia in one of its mobiletouch.
Inside the mobile there is an ARM11processor architecture, clocked at 434 MHz. To animate it, Nokia hasunsurprisingly opted for the S60v5 operating system that is usuallyfound in its Touch smartphone. It is also familiar territory with aview to the camera as it is once again Carl Zeiss. Its features arealso standard with a resolution of 5 megapixels. In video mode, thissensor can shoot a maximum VGA resolution of 640 x 480 pixels.
The X6 is well equipped in terms ofconnectivity and network compatibility as it provides almost the verybest with GPRS, Edge, 3G + (3.6 Mbps), Wi-Fi 802.11 b / g, Bluetooth2.0 and A-GPS. The internal memory is consistent with 16 GB under thehood!