Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Nokia Unveils Three Android Phones Family

 Nokia Unveils Three Android Phones Family - Nokia has used it's MWC conference to announce three new Android phones under the "Nokia X" brand. The three phones are Nokia X, Nokia X+, and the Nokia XL. The "three way mashup" is the name of operating system and is also what Nokia has used to describe the smartphone family. let's know more details about three phones and it's operating system after the break.

Leaving its dependence on Microsoft's Windows Phone 8 operating system, Nokia announced The phones operating basically Android but with some new tweaks. It is said that Nokia's Android phones are different from any typical Android phone. The phones run modified software and they come with Microsoft services like Skype, Outlook and the OneDrive online storage service. The devices don't have access access to Google services like Google Play Store, Gmail and Google Maps. But they will have separate app store for Android apps.

Concerning hardware, the  X and X+are said to have a 1GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, microSD support, a 4-inch screen (800 x 480 resolution), 512MB of RAM and 4GB of storage. The camera is said to be 5MP and battery is 1500 mAh.The Nokia XL is said to has a larger rear camera and a 2-megapixle forward facing camera and it is also bigger screen.

The handset is said to be available in many colors and to launch in various markets. Concerning pricing, the cheapest Nokia X phone is said to cost about ($120) , the Nokia X+  ($136) and the Nokia XL is ($150) as the most expensive.