Nokia X along with Nokia X+ launched, comes with Android support, not Google Play
Nokia has officially announced Nokia X along with a Nokia X+(some extra memory), the exactly same design that we were observing from last 4-5 moths as a rumour however the name Normady has been replaced with this name. Nokia X and Nokia X+ are exactly similar device with almost same hardware config but some extra feature like Micro SD support with some extra memory has been added to the upper model. Both of them comes with pre-loaded Skype, Facebook and Twitter. A 4-inches WVGA (800×480 pixels) display has been added to both Nokia’s very first devices to support Android applications. Nokia has also provided a FastLane feature through which you can swipe on the screen to go back and access your notifications. These devices doesn’t even come with Google cloud storage, they already have gateway for Microsoft OneDrive storage. Still unfinished, you will also get a free 1 Month Skype subscription of unlimited calling to mobile and Landlines, across the world.
Important: These devices have AOSP Android OS. These Nokia series is not having any Google Play app store rather they have added an Android Store which is having some android and windows like apps. Don’t worry on this, you might be able to download some third party App Store like Yandex etc. to get your favourite android app on this device.
Lets talk about the specs:
- 4-iches WVGA display
- 480p resolution
- 3MP camera
- 3G support
- Dual-Sim mode
- 1GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 CPU
- 512MB RAM for Nokia X and 768MB for Nokia X+
- 1500 mAh battery
- 4GB internal memory, SD card support( 4GB SD card included in Nokia X+)
- Android App support
- FastLane feature
The base model is priced at 89 euros and Nokia X+ is for 99 euros, which makes a pocket friendly deal for Nokia magnet bars.