Nokia has introduced a brand new family of smartphones, company’s first Android smartphones – the Nokia X family. Nokia had unveiled its X range of smartphones — X, X+ and XL — powered by Google’s Android operating system. Nokia has taken the open-source elements of Android with added elements of Asha and Microsoft’s Windows Phone to offer its users a different experience. The X family boasts Nokia’s exciting, high quality hardware design with whole new user interface.
All three of the devices are powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon Dual Core processor and are Dual SIM. Here is a quick look to all the three smartphones and a comparison chart to figure out the best features.
This is the entry level smartphone with 4-inch IPS LCD screen, 512MB RAM and a 3-megapixel camera. It will be available in green, black, white, yellow, cyan and red.
With 768MB RAM and a 4GB MicroSD card is included in the box, the Nokia X+ offers a little more than the first member of the family. It comes in the same colours as the Nokia X.
Lastly, the senior member of the family with a large 5-inch screen. The Nokia XL also boasts 768MB RAM, the free MicroSD card and it has both a 2-megapixel front-facing camera for Skype calls, as well as a 5-megapixel rear camera with autofocus and flash. It will be available in green, black, white, yellow, cyan and bright orange.
Nokia X vs Nokia X+ vs Nokia XL
|Online Store||Nokia X||Nokia X+||Nokia XL|
|Flipkart||Rs. 8,175 (Black) price varies according to color options||Not yet Announced||Not yet Announced|
|Amazon||Rs. 8,339 (Black) price varies according to color options||Not yet Announced||Not yet Announced|