Nokia’s X family of Android phones coming to India on March 10 starting from Rs. 8500by Sushant Bhosale March 7, 2014 0 comments
Nokia’s much awaited X line of Android phones is set to come to India on March 10. The Finnish phone maker has sent invites to media for its event scheduled for March 10 in New Delhi.
Nokia had unveiled the X, X+ and XL smartphones at Mobile World Congress (MWC) on 24th of last month. The X series is expected to give a stiff competition to Android devices in the same price range from Samsung, Micromax, Xolo, Karbonn and other domestic manufacturers.
Nokia X was apparently listed online at TheMobileStore for Rs. 8500 with delivery starting from March 15. The dual-SIM handset features 4-inch display, 1GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor, 512MB RAM, 4GB internal storage (expandable up to 32GB), 1500mAh battery capacity and 3MP rear camera.
Nokia X+ is quiet identical to X in terms of features with key exception being its 768MB RAM. Both X and X+ will be available in six colour options- Bright Red, Bright Green, Yellow, Cyan, Black and White.
Nokia XL features a 5-inch display, 768MB RAM, 2000mAh battery capacity, 5MP autofocus primary camera with LED flash, 2MP front camera and 3G connectivity. The phone will also be available in six colour options- Bright Green, Cyan, Yellow, Orange, Black and White.
All three smartphones run on a ‘forked’ version of Android OS and will not allow access to the Play Store. As per the pricing announced for European markets, the X will cost €89 (approx. Rs. 7500), X+ at €99 (approx. Rs. 8400) and XL at €109 (approx. Rs. 9300).