The Nokia X, X+ and XL are drawing a lot of comments on Twitter for their monikers. And the Finnish company is sportingly dealing with tweets such ‘Are these T-shirt sizes?’ and ‘When did Nokia join the textile industry?’ with several memes like the one posted below.
Nokia is replying to all the tweets mocking the X, X+ and XL naming with the words ‘Clothing was never our strong point #NokiaXL’ accompanying memes.
The XL has a 5MP main camera, 5-inch touchscreen, 1GHz dual core Snapdragon 400 processor, dual SIM slots, 768MB RAM, 4GB internal memory and 32GB expandability. It also embeds a 2000mAh battery for up to 13 hours of 3G talk time. The Finnish manufacturer is calling the forked Android OS powering the smartphone, the Nokia X software platform.
The X+ has a 4-inch display, 3MP rear camera and 1500mAh battery for about 10.5 hours of 3G talk time. The rest of its features are more or less similar to the XL’s. The X also has a 4-inch screen, 4GB ROM, 32GB expandability, 3MP camera, 1500mAh battery (up to 10.5 hours 3G talk time) and 1GHz dual core chipset from Qualcomm. But it uses 512MB of RAM instead of 768MB.
Nokia X not coming to the US?
The Nokia X is ready to ship out to India, Latin America, Africa, Middle-East, Asia Pacific and Europe. These are also the only names mentioned in the list of countries expecting the X+ and XL Android phones in the second quarter of the year. It looks like the company has no plans of launching it in the US for now.
The Nokia X, X+ and XL are pegged at €89, €99 and €109, respectively.