It’s been few week since MWC 2014 and in the event Nokia had announced their first Android series on 24th of February,2014. Now we are here to brief you about Nokia’s Android devices named Nokia X, Nokia X+ and Nokia XL. At last we will talk about, Nokia’s recently launched Android device named Nokia X in market.

At MWC 2014 Nokia while announcing it’s Android series devices had given a note that this devices will be the watcher for those who are looking for mid-range devices. Nokia will also offer microsoft services such as Skype, OneDrive and preloaded with Nokia X Android phones. So basically Nokia X Family is focused for users who want a phone with more battery juice and want to experience the android awesomeness at cheaper price.

Nokia will be running a forked version of Android in the Nokia X family devices which is similar to Amazon which also does that for it’s Kindle Fire tablet. Users won’t be able to access the Google Play Store and instead Nokia will be launching a special store for it’s forked Android. There are also possibilities to integrate third party android app stores. Nokia has included some top apps ready in these phones such as Skype, Radio App, Maps and Outlook.

FIrst if we tell you about Nokia X then at the event Nokia had announced it’s price 89 euros, we will give you more detail later here as it’s launched and available in market now. Then Nokia X+ was announced at price 99 euros and it’s will available in market in Q2, only difference between X and X+ will be the RAM size which will be higher in X+ model. Third one is Nokia XL, it was announced at price 109 euros and it contain features like 5 inches screen, 5MP rear camera, 2 MP front camera which is kind of cool at given price in euros.

Now Nokia has launched it’s Nokia X and in india it’s price is RS. 8599. It is loaded with features like 4 inches screen, 512MB RAM, 4GB internal with microSD card support, Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean, 3MP rear camera and 1GHz snapdragon s4 processor. When you will see Nokia X or any of it’s future device it will remind you of the Asha 502 and 503 models. Nokia is assuming to get a good response from it’s Android Nokia X family and it’s the future which will reveal the answer.

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