MWC 2014: Nokia brought it’s first Android Nokia X smartphone

Nokia X Smartphone

Nokia X Smartphone

The anticipation is over, Nokia at this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona enacted its first Android smartphones, called Nokia X , Nokia + and Nokia XL. All visitors at the fair were surprised with emergence of another model, and later a third, because the leaked information mentioned that there will be only one Android smartphone, Nokia has successfully kept this secret. Nokia X will feature 4-inch IPS screen resolution of 840 x 480 pixels and Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean platform. What is the problem here of course is that it is a version of Android from October 2012 and does not include changes brought about by Android 4.4, which is optimized for low -end devices. You should add that you will not get Google’s apps or Play store .In addition , when it comes to hardware the smartphone has a 1 GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 8225 chipset, 512 MB ​​RAM, 4 GB of internal memory expandable microSD card as well as a 3 megapixel camera.

We think that the use of Nokia X smartphone can be very frustrating since the whole interface tends to slow reactions and a lot of delays. Part of the reason surely lies in the low specs, but also in a version of Android. Nokia X should be available, but these days at the price of 90 euros. Nokia says that with this you will have the advantage of Android ecosystem, but with a different experience, a MixRadio, Here Maps, OneDrive, Outlook and Skype will be installed in advance. You can access Nokia’s and third party app stores using this device, but unfortunately not Google Play.


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