At CTIA, Nokia demoed its X6 Symbian smartphone, which is the company’s first capacitive touchscreen phone, though the majority of the user interface and OS resembles other resistive screen phones such as the Nokia XpressMusic 5800 series, N97, N97 Mini, and the recently announced resistive screen Nokia C6.
The device comes with 16 GB of memory on-board and users can augment that through storage cards. Users can also get free turn-by-turn voice-guided GPS navigation via OVI Maps.
The screen is responsive and is a good effort by Nokia, which like Microsoft has only recently begun exploring capacitive touchscreen technologies. You can learn more about the Nokia X6 on Nokia’s website, which is selling the unlocked phone for $455 at this time with AT&T-compatible 3G support.