The Nokia X6, which was announced at Nokia World last week, is a controversial product because the price includes a “Comes with Music” package that gives you a year of unlimited music downloads. If you want to line the pockets of the record companies who are actively lobbying politicians all around the world to throw you in a prison where you fear for the virginity of your asshole when taking a shower because you got caught downloading a song, then you are not going to mind the 450 Euro (before taxes) price tag. For the rest of us however, we don’t want to pay for services that we don’t want to use. The X6 was recently put up Expansys’ website. The 32 GB X6, which was announced at Nokia World, and includes “Comes with Music”, is due to come out in November for 530 British Pounds (605 Euros; $870). Interestingly enough, they also have a 16 GB version of the X6 coming out in February 2010, without “Comes with Music”, for only 345 British Pounds (395 Euros; $565). That is an almost 54% increase in price for double the storage and “Comes with Music”. Remember kids, at the end of the day, all the bitching and trolling you do on online forums and other blogs will not get you heard. A company only listens to you when you open your wallet.