Display, design and configuration
The Nokia X+ belongs to the first batch of Android phones coming from Nokia. It features a 4-inch, 800 x 480 pixel display which is built using IPS technology. The display flaunts 16M colors and a pixel density of 233 ppi. The Nokia X Plus is powered using a Snapdragon dual-core processor running at 1GHz, complemented by 768MB RAM.
The Nokia X+ runs Android v4.1.2 as it is known to perform well on devices with low hardware specifications. The OS comes with heavy customization and misses access to the Google Play Store.
The Nokia X Plus looks youthful in terms of design. The uni-body design is well complemented by trendy colors, giving it a unique appearance to standout among the crowd of smartphones.
Camera and storage
For imagery, the X Plus features a 3-megapixel fixed focus camera at the back and have no front-facing camera. The camera lacks a flash as well, making it unsuitable for low-light photography. It houses 4GB of internal storage, which can be increased by 32GB additionally with the use of microSD cards. The Nokia X+ also gets a complementary 4GB memory card included in the sales pack.
Connectivity and battery
The Nokia X+ is a 3G compatible handset that also features Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, mico-USB etc for connectivity. It ships with a 1,500mAh battery that promises a talk time of 13 hours on 2G network and 10 hours on 3G network.
The Nokia X+ brings you a unique combination of Android on Nokia to deliver performance and flexibility at the same time. Although its not a perfect phone, thanks to absence of front camera and LED flash, but delivers you ease of use and trust of Nokia for an affordable price tag.