It’s been a bit longer since we heard of Nokia Android phones. They have been in the rumor mill with much buzz in the recent days. Finally Nokia blitz on their Android phone fans with two hot smartphones having relatively low-end specs.
“The recently announced X and X+ are the hottest Nokia Android phones targeting the mid-range consumers.”
The Finland manufacturer has started its journey to Google’s Mobile OS with low end devices, with no solid reason to disclose.
Those who have been in a desperate need of Nokia Android phone can finally open up their wallets, or start setting budgets to any of the lately publicized smartphones.
I think it is good for Nokia to come up on MWC 2014 with devices that do not hold high-end specs and features. This strategy will help them stepping up to reach the summit of Android industry.
The manufacturer has opted for a stylish design approach to beautify the Nokia X and X+. The former flaunts a 4-inch IPS touchscreen display with a screen resolution of 840 x 480 pixels, 512 of RAM, 3MP rear-facing camera and 4GB internal storage with a microSD card slot to expand the built-in memory.
Likewise, the Nokia X+ is not that different in specs from the X except for a little increase in RAM (768MB) and a built-in 4GB memory card. One thing that is worst about these is the unavailability of Google Play Store access. Company says that both handsets will be running forked AOSP Android OS which will benefit in regards to Android ecosystem. So this might let you enjoy a differentiated experience. What you are going to get is MixRadio, Outlook, Skype and Maps through Nokia store.
Users will be able to access Nokia and third party stores, but not Google Play.