Nokia has unveiled a new version of its X6 music phone, which unlike the original doesn’t include the company’s Comes With Music service. It also has 16GB of memory compared to the 32GB of the original model. The Register suggests that this may be due to poor user numbers for CWM, but we wonder if it’s more about trying to get the company’s first capacitive-touchscreen handset to a wider audience. We’d also like to remind The Reg of the difference between ‘discovering’ Comes With Music’s low user figures, and ‘reporting on someone else discovering’ them… S

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