26 Feb 2014

“Windroid” arrives in Nokia "X series" Android smartphones: Mobile World Congress 2014

At the Mobile World Congress 2014, Nokia declared its new "X series" Android smartphones and still the show is over, the company has announced plans to reveal its devices here.

In case you missed out on Nokia’s MWC declarations, the X models will come with a modified version of Android that will make it easier to use Nokia apps and services such as HereMaps, OneDrive and Skype.

(Nokia Lumia 1520 is presented during the 2014 Mobile World Congress)
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The Nokia X series of smartphones are supposed to be unveiled on March 5 but at this instant it’s uncertain which of the three models (X, X+ or XL) will develop it here.

The Nokia X is the entry-level replica in the family, will cost 89 euros, and will be offered instantaneously in select markets. The Nokia X+ presents more memory and storage. It’s priced at 99 euros and will be obtainable in early Q2 2014.

(Nokia XL is presented during the 2014 Mobile World Congress)
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At last, the Nokia XL features a 5-inch screen, 5 megapixels rear-facing and 2 megapixel front-facing camera. It will be priced at 109 euros and be available in early Q2 2014.

CEO of Nokia Corporation Stephen Elop presents the new Nokia X series at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain.
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