Market Status: Available in India
Release Date: 2014-02-24
Updated on:Dec 19, 2014
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An Android phone from Nokia
Deal :GOSF:Nokia X Plus Dual Sim
1-3 working days
Nokia X (Dual SIM, Black)
2-10 Working Days
Nokia X White Mobile
2-8 Working Days
Nokia X Dual SIM
4-6 Working Days
Rs. 6,395 Flat Rs. 300 OFF
Nokia X (Bright Red)
2-4 Working Days
Nokia X Dual SIM Yellow
7-10 Working Days
5% (max Rs. 500 per Month) Cash back on HDFC Debit Cards
Nokia X (White)
5-7 Working Days
Nokia X (Yellow)
4-8 Working Days
Nokia X Dual SIM
1-4 Working Days
Nokia X GSM Mobile Phone (Dual SIM) (Black)
1-7 Working Days
Nokia officially announced its first ever family of Android smartphones. Meet the X family of smartphones consisting of the Nokia X, Nokia X+ and Nokia XL. Don`t make any mistake about it, this is not a Google-certified project and thus the X phones don`t run the Google Play Services such as the Play Store, Gmail and Chrome. Nokia and Microsoft have worked hard though to integrate their core services and apps. As a result, all phones have the exc...
Ever since Nokia decided to go all-in with Windows Phone, there has been a nagging feeling that it would have been better off using Android as its mobile operating system of choice. A feeling that has got stronger as Android devices have so rapidly taken over the lion`s share of smartphone sales. At Mobile Web Congress in February 2014, Nokia finally fulfilled this dream by announcing the Nokia X range comprising the Nokia X (reviewed here), a hi...
Pros: Strong build quality, Low cost, Dual SIM flexibility,
Cons: Weak performance, Dim display, Poor battery endurance,
Verdict: A well built and designed budget smartphone that shows off some of the best of Nokia. It`s let down by weak performance, but at the right price it`s a strong offering despite an uncertain future....
The Fastlane feature in Nokia\'s Android phones is a screen with quick access to your most-used apps....
Nokia’s device division might have been snapped up by Microsoft, but that hasn’t stopped a flood of leaks surrounding the Finnish giant’s first Android phone from making the rounds. UPDATE 24/01/14: @evleaks has suggested that the Nokia Normandy\'s official name is the Nokia X. Rolls of the tongue a bit nicer, don\'t you think? Let\'s just hope the Moto X doesn\'t get jealous... Famed Twitter leaker @evleaks showed off our first glimpse of...
Overall User Rating (5 Out of 5 based on 2 ratings)
Best Features: Windows look in Android Phone that could be the best part in it
Pros: It could be best in quality Performance and much more
Cons: Don' know
Overall: This Nokia can be the first Android Phone of Nokia.From Some leak info it tells that it has the latest version of Android 4.4.1 i.e KitKat [url="http://guissy.com/nokia-x-the-first-nokias-android-phone-with-specification/"]Nokia X/Normandy Full Specifications[/url]