Sunday, April 6, 2014

Nokia X Series Android Smartphone is Now Available in India

Following the appearances of Nokia Lumia 1320 in Chinese stores in December of 2013 and Lumia Icon way back in the second week of February, the company officially announced the X and XL series. And guess what, it is now available in India for about $140.00 only. According to reports, this might be the cheapest smartphone treated with a fully-customized Android operating system instead of Windows Phone 8 platform.

Nokia X series is also available in several models with different technical specification. The size is ranging from 4-inch to 5-inch with 512MB of RAM, 4GB of built-in storage, and Micro-SD card support. Nokia X+ offers a few difference from the base model in terms of memory capacity and storage space. And Nokia XL has a 5-inch WVGA screen which is much wider compared to the two other variants.

EVLeaks from Twitter revealed these colorful and affordable Nokia smartphones last February.

Nokia X, Nokia X+, and Nokia XL Android smartphones are also equipped with 5-megapixel main and 2-megapixel front-facing cameras. That includes a 1GB of free online storage in courtesy of Microsoft's OneDrive and free calls from Skype. And all models are also headed to European stores for about 90-euro to 110-euro as well in other Asian outlets.

Microsoft is now the official owner of Nokia. However, they are allowing an Android-powered device to exist in their new line of products. This might be the cheapest Android smartphone to hit the market under the flagship of Nokia with a Windows-like environment.

Nokia X Series Android Smartphone

Furthermore, Nokia X series are also capable to download apps and games from Google Play Store just like of other Android-powered smartphones and tablets. It was added with few apps coming from Microsoft and exclusive access to Yandex (another stand-alone app store).



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