Features of the phone include a 3.2-inch touchscreen, which promises to make it easier for users to keep in touch with friends and family with the move of a finger using social-networking applications such as Twitter and Facebook.
A five-megapixel camera could also ensure that images are crystal clear and users could upload them to the internet in one move.
"We’re really pleased to have the Nokia X6 on 3. Our network is designed for the mobile internet, this paired with the feature packed Symbian Nokia X6, will give our customers a great mobile internet experience," said Sylvia Chind, head of branded devices at 3UK.
Recent research by JiWire found that fifty-six per cent of connections to Wi-Fi networks were made by portable internet handsets such as smartphones.
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Posted by Sarah James