The Nokia X apparently becomes the first Nokia handset launched in India that runs on the Android platform. The first of the three X-series smartphones, which were unveiled at MWC last month, the X runs on a forked version of Android and is priced at Rs 8,599. For those waiting for the device, Nokia announced that it will be available from today onwards.
One of the main talking points on the Nokia X is the software, which is not surprising, considering it is the first device from the Finnish company to run on an Android OS. But this Android is not kind we are used to. It essentially is an Android Open Source Project (AOSP) version, which doesn’t have Google Play store or any Google services like Gmail, Google Maps and so on. Instead, Nokia is offering its own Android store that the company claims has most of the top apps and has replaced all of Google’s services with either its own or Microsoft’s services.
The Nokia X is a dual SIM handset powered by Snapdragon S4 (dual core) processor running Android 4.1 (Nokia X platform 1.0) with 512MB RAM and 4GB storage. On the photography front, you get a 3-megapixel camera at the back with fixed focus, f/2.8 aperture and 4X digital zoom. Making sure everything is clicking inside is a 1,500mAh battery, which the company claims is good enough for 10.5 hours of talktime and 17 days on standby mode. Other features include FM Radio and connectivity options like dual-SIM card slots, 3G support, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
The X will be available in 6 different color options. 3GB ONE Drive cloud space is also included – free of cost. And instead of the Google Maps you will find the Nokia Here Maps that will work with the built in GPS. Along with the X, the X+ and the XL were also announced and will be available within few months.
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