Monday, 10 March 2014

Nokia X to be launched today:

Nokia’s Android smartphone, called  the Nokia X will be launched  today.

There’s a lot of Excitement around the X series of phones, as these are the first Nokia devices which are Android Based.

The smartphone price is expected to be - $135 ( not the price of the Nokia X+ and the Nokia XL)

the other 2 phones within the X family, and whether or not Nokia will be providing some free goodies like those they routinely contribute with the Lumia phone. Nokia has up to now not declared the provision of all of the Nokia X phones.

The Nokia X was noticed listed on-line on Indian merchandiser The Mobile Store’s web site, that showed the provision date as March 15 and also the worth as Rs 8,500. we'll have a full active look with the smartphones once they're released.

Nokia had declared 3 android smartphones as a part of the X series at the Mobile World Congress last month. The options of the devices are greatly on the entry-level aspect. Nokia X and X+ have four-inch screens, whereas the Nokia XL features a 5-inch phone. All have a resolution of 800×480 pixels. All conjointly boast dual-core flower S4 SoC with the hardware clocked at 1GHz.

There’s 512MB of RAM on the Nokia X, whereas the X+ gets 768MB of RAM. each have 4GB internal storage and also the ability to require in small sd cards up to 32GB in capability.

The camera but, is simply 3-megapixel on the rear and there’s no front-facing camera. both phones have a 1500 mAh battery, rated for around 13 hours of talk time on 2G and 17 days standby time. Nokia XL has 768MB RAM, 5MP auto-focus camera with LED flash on the rear and 2MP front camera.

In terms of property, the X family all have twin SIM slots, 3G cellular data, Wi-Fi b/g/n and Bluetooth 3.0. The phones can doubtless be obtainable in black, green, cyan, yellow, red, and white variants.

The phones run android, though Nokia has engaged the login and app data to Microsoft’s cloud services. The phones run a version of android Open source Project, with access to sideloading of apps, third-party app stores and Nokia’s own app store. Users can get Skype, Outlook and OneDrive on these phones, rather than Hangouts, Gmail and Drive, whereas search is power-driven by Bing, not Google Search. consumers of the Nokia X can get one month of free Skype calls to mobiles and landlines.

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