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Nokia X Android Smartphone Hands on and First Look: The Best of Both Worlds
The Finnish giant Nokia has done it again, and nobody would have thought about it until now. Today, the company officially launched its first ever Android-powered phone in India, at a price point of Rs. 8,599.
The Nokia X is an ultra low-cost phone made to win over those who never got a chance to experience a smartphone. It costs Rs. 8,599, and has a 4-inch display and a new custom layer slapped on the top of Android-powered phone. Has Nokia managed to pull it off rightly? We already have the device next to us and waiting for the action to unfold.
Key highlights: 4-inch WVGA display (800 x 480); Android with custom user interface; 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor; 512MB of RAM; 4GB of on-board storage; Up to 32GB microSD card; 3G; Dual SIM and 1500mAh battery.
Nokia X isn't a technically rich phone, but it will open up new vistas in the ultra low-cost smartphone segment
Nokia X - Style meets Color
The Nokia X has a cute little thick plastic body. Of course it's sturdy, but at the same time eye catching as well. The phone is a timely reminder of Nokia's tryst with colorful design. And although the design is repetitive, Indian consumers will love it whatsoever.
The rear-back cover is removable, like any other Lumia/Asha handset. Also, the phone gives you an option to use two SIMs at the same time. If we're not mistaken, one can expand the internal memory with a help of a microSD card slot. Brilliant, isn't it?
Nokia X - Display
Being a budget phone, the Nokia X comes with a 4-inch WVGA display (800 x 480). It has an IPS display, which means that the viewing angles are better than any other normal cheap phone.
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