The Next Big Thing! Nokia Unveils a Triad of Android Smartphones

For the past three years, Nokia primarily powered its devices with the Windows phone OS but, the limitations of that OS prevented the Nokia phone makers from building a low-priced smartphone. Nokia is now targeting emerging markets with its three low-priced Smartphones that use Google’s Android operating system rather than the Windows operating system.

This giant technology firm followed a new way by introducing three Android Smartphones, Nokia X, Nokia X+, and Nokia XL. These new Android Smartphones are powered by Qualcomm’s 1GHz Snapdragon dual core processor and feature a Lumia-style design with a myriad of color choices. The operating system of these X series is a modified version of Android’s Jellybean, and the home screen looks similar to Windows Phone.

Nokia X: Nokia X Smartphones boast a 4-inch IPS capacitive display and a 3 megapixel rear camera. In addition to this, it also includes 512 MB of RAM and 4GB of storage, which can be expanded through its MicroSD card slot.

Nokia X+: Nokia X+ is almost identical to Nokia X but is packed with more storage space and memory owing to the inclusion of a 4GB MicroSD card and 768MB RAM.

Nokia XL: Nokia XL Smartphones boasts a 5-inch display with a 2-megapixel front end camera and a 5 megapixel rear camera. Like the Nokia X+, it too comes with a 4GB MicroSD card. It also includes 768MB of RAM.

This X-series is not coming to countries where high-end Smartphones reign supreme. For instance, these Android Smartphones aren’t touching the US, Korean, and Japanese markets. Nokia will pump the X series into Asian countries like China, Thailand, India and Mexico.

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