Nokia announced today their first every Android smartphone, the Nokia X. It sports a 4-inch IPS touchscreen display powered by a 1GHz dual core processor coupled with 512MB of RAM. The internal storage is 4GB with a micro SD expansion slot.
The Nokia X is the entry-level among the X series and based on a forked version of Android AOSP. This means it can run Android apps, but you cannot download them on Google Play Store just from the Nokia and third party app stores. It supports dual SIM dual standby and has dual band 3G network.
Camera wise, there is a lone 3MP fixed focus sensor at the back and none in its front. It will be immediately available in Asia Pacific (e.g. Philippines), Africa, Latin America, Europe, India and Middle East for 89 Euros or about 5400 pesos when converted to today's currency.
Default applications include Outlook, Here Maps, Here Drive, Mix Radio and Skype with one month free calls to mobile and landline number worldwide.
- Dual SIM Dual Stanby
- Quad Band GSM/GPRS/EDGE, Dual Band 3G
- 4" capacitive IPS WVGA (800x480) touchscreen display
- Dimensions: 115.5mm x 63mm x 10.4mm
- Weight: 127g
- Nokia X Software Platform
- 1GHz Dual-Core Cortex-A5 CPU, Adreno 203 GPU, Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 chipset
- 512MB RAM
- 4GB internal storage, expandable up to 32GB via micro SD
- 3MP fixed focus main camera without LED flash
- FWVGA video recording
- Multimedia Player
- FM Radio
- WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, Wi-Fi Hotspot (up to 8 devices)
- 3.5mm Audio Jack
- Micro USB 2.0
- Bluetooth v3.0
- GPS with A-GPS, Offline Maps
- Sensors: Accelerometer, Light, Proximity
- 1500mAh battery
- Price: 89 Euros or about 5.4K pesos