Today at MWC event in Barcelona Nokia unveiled their much speculated and rumored phone the Nokia X along with its Bigger siblings Nokia X+ and Nokia XL. The Nokia X, X+ and XL are priced at €89, €99 and €109 respectively.
All the phone Nokia’s X lineup comes with a 4 inch display and their operating system is built by Nokia based on Android Open Source Project thus it has no access to the Google Play store. Though, Users can install apps from the Nokia store or can sideload android apps too.
The Nokia X family offers you Nokia and Microsoft services and experiences with was earlier available in Windows phone only, they offers you HERE Maps with offline Navigation, Nokia MixRadio with hundreds of free streaming and offline playlists, Free cloud storage of 7GB of space for free from Microsoft OneDrive. And they also provide Skype with a month’s free calls to international landlines in selected markets, in addtion to all these they have There’s also access to Outlook.com which can be used as your email service.
All the three devices are powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon Dual Core processor with Dual SIM and will also be accompanied with a range of pre-installed third party apps, including Plants vs. Zombies 2, BBM,Vine ,Viber and Twitter. More apps can be obtained from Nokia Store, third-party app stores and sideloaded.
Nokia X Specifications
- 4 inch IPS LCD Touch Screen Display
- 800 x 480 Pixels Resolution
- 1GHz Dual Core 8225 Qualcomm Snapdragon
- 512MB RAM
- Expandable Storage Upto 32GB with microSD Support
- 3MP Fixed Focus Rear Camera
Nokia X+ and Nokia XL share all specs from Nokia X except they offers 768MB of RAM and a 4GB microSD card included in the box. On the other hand, The Nokia XL alone offers a 5 inch display, 5MP Rear Camera with Flash and 2MP front Camera.