Today in at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Nokia introduces its Android-based devices, the Nokia X includes 3 versions: The 5” Nokia XL ; The 4” Nokia X and Nokia X+.
The X series devices use an open source version of Android similar to Amazon Kindle with Nokia X software platform and its own app store. The built-in customization has Windows Phone look and Microsoft Cloud tie along with Nokia HERE mapping service.
The highest specs of the series is the Nokia XL featuring a 5” display; 5MP/2MP cameras. The rear camera features LED flash and auto-focus; while the X and X+ only have fixed focus 5MP rear camera. All three run on a dual-core 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon CPU; 512MB of RAM, 4GB onboard storage; 1500mAh battery. The X+ has more RAM and expandable storage via microSD slot.
The X series will cost from $122/€89, $136/€99 and $150/€109 respectively and it is initially destined for “key, fast-growing emerging markets” — including India, China, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam and Russia.