The Nokia X, the Finnish company’s first ever Android-based device which was unveiled at last month’s MWC has kept its promise and landed in India much too quickly. This dual SIM phone can be snapped up now through The Mobile Store at a price of Rs 8,500, but its deliveries will only begin on March 15.
Equipped with a design that’s reminiscent of the company’s Asha line, the Nokia X runs an AOSP version of Android which is accompanied by a custom user interface. An absence of the Google Play Store means users will have to download their Android apps from Nokia’s own store as well as third-party markets.
This device sports a 4-inch WVGA display garnering a 800 x 480 pixel resolution. It’s sized at 115.5mm x 63mm x 10.4mm and tips the scales at 128.7 grams. 4GB worth of internal storage (expandable) and 512MB worth of RAM also form part of its offerings, apart from a dual core 1GHz Qualcomm MSM8225 Snapdragon S4 processor and a 3MP camera.
Those who wish to buy the Nokia X right now can head over to The Mobile Store to place their orders. This device was accompanied by the X+ and the XL at its launch, but there’s no word as to when they’ll be landing in India.
Here’s a quick look at its key specs:
– Display: 4-inch WVGA (800 x 480)
– OS: Nokia X software platform 1.0
– Processor: 1GHz dual core Snapdragon S4 processor
– Memory: 512MB RAM, 4GB ROM
– Camera: 3MP rear
– Battery: 1500mAh
– Dimensions: 115.5mm x 63mm x 10.4mm
– Weight: 128.7 grams