After weeks and week of rumors, the Nokia X, an android powered device has finally been unveiled. Actually, there are three Nokia X devices in what is going to be a new line of entry-level android devices from Nokia.
The three devices are the Nokia X, the Nokia X+ and the Nokia XL. All these Smartphones are using a forked android software referred to as ‘Nokia X’. This forked android version borrows heavily from Asha OS, Windows phone OS and Lumia devices. One unique thing on these devices is the tile-centric interface of windows phone.
Nokia really tried as much as possible to give these new devices a unique look that is different from other Android devices and by the look of things, they succeeded.
In terms of specs the Nokia X has a 4 inch 800 x 480 IPS LCD display screen, a 3 Megapixel camera (no LED flash) and Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor. it will also have , 512MB of RAM 4GB of storage expandable up to 32GB via a microSD card. With this device, you will be getting interchangeable covers of in green, black, white, yellow, cyan, or red. The Nokia X costs €89 (Kshs 11,000 before taxes).
The Nokia X+ on the other hand will be similar to the Nokia X but with a bumped up memory of 768 MB compared to the 512 MB on the Nokia X. The storage will remain the same and will also be upgradable to 32GB. This device will cost you €99 (approximately Kshs. 12,000 before taxes).
The Nokia XL will also be the same with a 5-inch display screen with the same resolution of 800×480 and will feature a 5 Megapixel camera on the back. Pricing for this device will be €109 (approximately Kshs. 13,000 before taxes).
All the Nokia X devices will have dual SIM capabilities.