The Nokia X6 mobile phone is a very good mid-range mobile phone in the US$160 price range. The phone came to market in 2009 and looking at the specs it is still a great phone to have even today almost 5 years later. Nokia designed this mobile phone with multimedia in mind and with a long secondhand market in mind I have no doubt.
The mobile phone uses a Mini SIM and comes with 2G and 3G connectivity. The 3G network does not work in Brazil or Latin America. The phone was a bit heavy coming in at 122 grams and came with a large TFT capacitive touchscreen with 16M colors and a screen size of 360×640 pixels. The screen is also protected by Corning Gorilla Glass so it does not get many scratches. The phone has an interest feature being a loudspeaker but with stereo sound. There is however no memory card slot but it does come with 32GB internal storage and 128MB RAM.
The phone comes with Class 32 EDGE and also GPRS with a very decent HSDPA speed of 3.6Mbps. It also has Bluetooth and WiFi being Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g. The phone also comes with an excellent camera being a Carl Zeiss 5 Mega-pixel camera with autofocus and a dual flash. There is also geo-tagging available. The Primary camera records at 30fps VGA and the secondary records in QCIF at 15fps. The Nokia X6 runs on Symbian and is powered by a 434Mhz ARM processor and also comes with GPS.
Overall the mobile phone is very good however you need to check if the mobile phone will work in your region as it will not work in all regions. With 3 weeks of standby time and 11 hours of talk time the phone makes for a good long term investment.If you want to connect your mobile phone to your computer you need to download Nokia PC Suite to make this connection.