All the rumors and speculations were true, Nokia has launched not one but a complete family of three Android devices at this year’s Mobile World Congress, Barcelona. The three devices are namely Nokia X, X+ and XL.
Keeping in terms with the leaks and rumors, Nokia X is the cheapest among the three. There is no surprise regarding the specifications as well. It will have a 4 inch WVGA (800X400) resolution display, 1GHz Dual Core Snapdragon S4 processor with 512MB RAM, 4GB Internal memory with MicroSD support up to 32GB. The rear camera has a meager 3 MP sensor, there is no front-facing camera or LED flash. The device will be powered by a 1500mAh battery.
The Nokia X+, as the name suggests is a small step up from Nokia X. The Nokia X and X+ are basically the same device, just that X+ carries are bigger RAM at 768MB, there is no other difference between the two.
The Nokia XL on the other hand is largest in the family and also features some improved specs. It carries at 5 inch display but at same resolution as the other two, i.e WVGA (800X480) which drags the pixel density down to awful 187 ppi. Other than that, it has 5 MP rear camera with LED flash and 2 MP front facing camera. The battery is a beefier 2000mAh. Rest of the specs are same as Nokia X+.
All the devices in the ‘X’ family from Nokia come with Nokia X 1.0 firmware which is a forked version of Android Open Source Project, Dual SIM, BLuetooth 3.0, WiFI 802.11 b/g/n, Micro USB, 3G network connectivity. Nokia has also given consumers plenty of color options : Black, Blue, Green, Red, White, Yellow. While there is no support for Google services and Google Play Store, users can shop for apps on Nokia Store, Yandex or even Amazon appstore.
Nokia X will be available right away for just €89. Nokia X+ and Nokia XL will go on sale in Q2 for €99 and €109 respectively. Let us know your views on Nokia X family and if you interested in getting one.