In-Depth Review: Nokia's Comes With Music service

Gerald Lynch Digital Music, Features, Mobile phones, Round ups, Tech Digest news 2 Comments

With the news that the Nokia X6 music orientated phone has hit the 3 network, we thought we'd give the X6's Comes With Music service an in depth look. With the iTunes store now reaching the 10 billion download mark,…

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MWC 2010: Nokia and Intel team up for new MeeGo mobile OS

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At the centre of Nokia and Intel's joint MWC 2010 press conference this morning was the news that the two companies are to team up to deliver a brand new mobile operating system. Called MeeGo, the new OS replaces Nokia's…

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1.4 million grab Nokia's free Ovi Maps

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It's been less than two weeks since Nokia announced that its Ovi Maps Naviagtion app was available for free, but it's already been downloaded 1.4 million times, breaking the million mark by the end of last week. The app…

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Nokia smartphones to get free global sat nav

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Google may have recently announced its free navigation service, but Nokia's announcement today totally trounces that one. From March, all new Nokia GPS smartphones are to get Ovi Maps. For free. WORLDWIDE. While Google's service is US-based only, Nokia's…

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Nokia to focus on touchscreen and QWERTY keypad phones in 2010, but will keep Symbian

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Nokia CEO Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo has been giving some hints about the direction of the company and top of the agenda are more touchscreen and/or QWERTY keypad phones. At its annual Capital Markets Day in Helsinki Kallasvuo also promised to focus on the user experience an area where Nokia has fallen a long way behind rivals like Apple and Motorola.

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Nokia X6 Comes With Music phone hits the stores

Ashley Norris Mobile phones 45 Comments

In case you missed the news a few months back we were quite taken with the X6. It not only looks the dogs and boasts the now requisite 3.2inch touch screen, it also has 32 Gigabytes of storage on board, packs a five mega pixel camera and has 35 hours of music playing battery life. The phone also includes access to Nokia's Ovi – its equivalent of the iTunes app store – and is ready to sync with Facebook too via a Lifecasting with Ovi feature. This basically lets you publish your location and status updates directly to Facebook from the phone.

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