February 24, 2014
We are talking about the Nokia X, the Nokia X + and the Nokia XL, all of them with special interest in the so-called emerging markets as well reflected in their prices of 89 euros, 99 euros and 109 euros, respectively.
Of course, although Nokia X, Nokia X + and Nokia XL are based on Google’s operating system, they use a fully customized version with an interface that draws directly from Windows Phone and its “tiles” system. Or, in the words of those responsible, “they run Android applications, Microsoft services and Nokia experiences.”
The three terminals hide a dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon chip inside, come with dual SIM technology and support the BBM messaging application, but obviously they have their differences.
The ones that most resemble each other are Nokia X and Nokia X +, which sport a 4-inch screen, have a 3 MP main camera, measure 10.4 millimeters thick and weigh 128.7 grams.
For its part, Nokia XL goes up to 5 inches and 5 MP, while the internal storage space is the same: 4 GB expandable up to 32 GB via microSD.
via Nokia it will compete with three Android smartphones: X, X + and XL.
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