Nokia's latest flagship music phone, the Nokia X6, will hit the UK this week.
The 3.2 touchscreen handset features Nokia's Comes with Music service that allows users to download as many songs as they want from the Nokia Music Store for 12 or 18 months after they have purchased a compatible handset, depending upon their contract.
The Nokia Music Store features tracks from four major record labels and users can keep the music after their contract expires.
The Nokia X6 also benefits from a 16:9 widescreen display and is capable of 35 hours of music playback. The handset also comes with a 5Mp camera with a Carl Zeiss lens.
The Nokia X6 is free when customers purchase a £35-per-month 18-month contract on Orange. The handset and contract will be exclusively available from high-street retailer Phones4U from Friday 27 November.
Alternatively the handset can be pre-ordered sim-free for £449 from Nokia's online store from today.
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