The Android-based Nokia X has already gone on sale in selected markets worldwide, while there are another two Android-based smartphones which were announced by Nokia last month, which would be the Nokia X+ and Nokia XL. It is a good thing to take note of, however, that the Nokia XL and Nokia X+ will come with 4GB MicroSD cards pre-installed quite unlike the Nokia X, so users need not have to worry about not having enough internal memory for their needs.
We can more or less look forward to both the Nokia X+ and Nokia XL to appear in the weeks ahead, although there is also the possibility of that happening in the months ahead, too. For a quick refresher, the Nokia X+ happens to be similar to the Nokia X, although it sports a wee bit more RAM, while the Nokia XL will arrive with a similar amount of RAM as the Nokia X+, sporting a more generous 5” WVGA IPS display, a 5MP camera at the back as well as a 2,000 mAh battery. We did spend some hands-on time with both handsets at MWC in Barcelona, Spain, last month, so you might want to get a closer look at them here.