Today at MWC Nokia unveiled there Nokia X, X+, and XL today all running Android, a first for the company. All three phones run software based off of AOSP but this software looks almost nothing like Android. Nokia’s heavily forked skin removes all of Google’s services in favor of a very different user experience and custom app ecosystem. CEO of Nokia specifcally stated that these devcies would interact with many Nokia and Microsoft services.



The entry level Nokia X has low specs at a low price. This device is priced at a mere 89 euros ($122 USD). Specs follow below. This phone is available immediately. 

  • 4″ inch 800×480 WVGA Display
  • 3G Connectivity
  • Dual-Core Snapdragon S4
  • 512 MB Of RAM
  • 4GB Internal Storage
  • 1500 mAh battery
  • 3MP Rear Camera
  • Dual-SIM

The X+ has almost the same spec list slightly improved. The screen is the same as the X. The full specs follow.

  • 4″ inch 800×480 WVGA Display
  • 3G Connectivity
  • Dual-Core Snapdragon S4
  • 768MB Of RAM
  • 4GB Interal Storage (4GB Mirco SD Card Included)
  • 1500 mAh battery
  • 3MP Rear Camera
  • Dual-SIM

The XL is the highest end in this lineup bringing much better specifications at a low price of only 109 euros. This and the X+ will be available in early Q2 of this year. The full spec list follows.

  • 5″ 800×480 WVGA Display
  • 2,000 mAh battery
  • 5MP rear camera
  • Front Facing Camera
  • Dual-Core Snapdragon S4
  • 768MB RAM
  • 4GB Internal Storage (4GB MicroSD In the Box)
  • Dual-SIM 3G

Nokia’s X platform is definitely aimed at the low-end budget friendly market. Apps will comes from Nokia’s own app store but luckily they won’t be disabling side-loading on the devices. Three videos about the X family follow down below.

Via: Android Police