Finnish smartphone giant Nokia which is a lone player in the Windows Phone ecosystem, was earlier believed to be confined to the same platform until the company launched its X series recently. For those who are not aware, Nokia X is the company's first Android smartphone based on Android Open Source Project (AOSP). Thus the Microsoft acquired mobile phone maker has completely altered the belief among its fans.
Moreover, the Nokia X, which has already been launched in India just a couple of weeks ago has now started receiving a minor update. The new software update v11.1.1 brings a bit of performance improvements compared to the older version (v10.0.3). But it should be noted that the core Android version remains the same i.e. Android 4.1.2 (Jelly Bean). The 16MB over-the-air (OTA) update is currently available in India and Thailand.
It also brings option to change the color of tiles in third-party apps. The Nokia Store got updated to new version recently that lets you download latest version of apps and games. So far, there is no official change-log available as of now and the tips have in fact come from users who have noticed the changes brought about by the update.
If you have not received the update on your Nokia X, you might want to check out for the same manually by going to Settings > About Phone > System updates and tapping Check Now. You can check out the specs of the device here.
The other two Nokia X family members viz. the Nokia X+ and the Nokia XL is also reportedly said to officially launch in India by May 2014. Stay tuned!