[MWC 2014] After plenty of rumors that has gone around concerning the Nokia X, also known as the Nokia Normandy, we are pleased to say that this particular smartphone has been announced. While both of them are capable of running Android applications, they will also deliver special Nokia experiences, where they include a wide range of popular Microsoft services. Nokia has continued their trend of pattern of bold and vibrant colors with both the Nokia X and X+, where they look like the Lumia 520, sporting a 4″ display for both models, while the X+ model has additional memory and internal storage right out of the box. Not only that, applications like Skype and Facebook have been preloaded to make sure that you can be productive right from the get go.
The Nokia X and X+ were built upon the open source Android software, but intends to make a difference to their customers by introducing popular services such as Skype, OneDrive as well as Outlook.com, among the others. The Nokia X would bring folks to Microsoft’s cloud, and not Google’s. Imagine accessing free applications from the Nokia Store as well as enjoying some Android apps.
With Skype running on the Nokia X smartphones, you will be able to enjoy a month of free calls to landlines as well as mobile numbers with Skype, in addition to 1GB of OneDrive storage. Those who are interested can pick up the Nokia X from right now for 89 Euros, while the Nokia X+ will the market in a few months’ time (the second quarter of the year) for 99 Euros. These two handsets certainly seem to be nestled comfortably in the mid-range market.
The Nokia X as well as Nokia X+ will feature a 4″ IPS capacitive display and a 3MP shooter. The thing about the Nokia X+ is, it will arrive with 768MB RAM, while the Nokia X has 512MB RAM. Both of them will arrive with a microSD memory card slot for expansion purposes, where a dual-core 1GHz 8225 Qualcomm Snapdragon processor will run proceedings from within.
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