Nokia Launches Own Android Phone Nokia X, X+ And XL At MWC 2014


Nokia Launches Own Android Phone Nokia X, X+ and XL At MWC 2014. Nokia X is the first Nokia Android phone. The first three phones in the Nokia new family, the Nokia X, X+ and XL  and their prices are at €89, €99 and €109 respectively.

Nokia X+ introduces an all-new customisable home screen which you can organise to suit your personal taste. Resize and rearrange your apps with resizable tiles, group apps into folders, and get Android widgets for the things you need the most.

Its a well setup smartphone, dressed up with a slim, yet durable body that seamlessly wraps around the sharp, four-inch screen. And with satellite GPS, Wi-Fi and 3G connectivity, you can keep the fun going wherever you go.

Whereas Nokia XL brings extra value to your smartphone experience with a great 5" display and a 5MP autofocus camera, complete with flash. It's pretty, too. Nokia XL comes in an array of eye-catching colours, with the sturdy Nokia build quality you know and love. Nokia Mix Radio you only hear the music you’re sure to love. No sign up, no subscription and no advertising, just great music.



Press Release:
Introduces full portfolio including Nokia X, Nokia X+ and Nokia XL smartphones to bring Internet and cloud services to 'next billion'

Barcelona, Spain - Today at Mobile World Congress, Nokia underscored its commitment to connecting the next billion to the Internet by releasing five new affordable handsets, including Nokia X, a family of smartphones that run Android(TM) apps, Microsoft services and signature Nokia experiences.

- The Nokia X, Nokia X+ and Nokia XL are priced to capture the fast-growing affordable smartphone market and provide an on-ramp to Lumia and Microsoft services like Skype, OneDrive and outlook.com.

- The Nokia Asha 230 is Nokia's most affordable full-touch Asha device to date, priced at EUR 45.

- The Nokia 220 is an Internet-ready mobile phone with social apps, priced at only EUR 29.

Stephen Elop, executive vice president of Nokia's Devices & Services, commented on the launches:
"Nokia has connected billions of people around the world, and today we demonstrated how our portfolio is designed to connect the next billion people to great experiences."

"Our deliberate approach is to offer four tiers of products including our affordable entry-level devices like the new Nokia 220; our entry-level Asha touch phones like the new Nokia Asha 230; our new Nokia X, Nokia X+ and Nokia XL smartphones primarily for growth economies; and our Lumia portfolio, which is where we introduce the greatest innovation and provide full compatibility with the Microsoft experience," he added.

Nokia X family delivers the best of all worlds

The Nokia X family features Nokia's renowned handset quality and design, with a fresh, tile-based user interface inspired by our Lumia family. All devices come with Fastlane, a screen which lets people switch between their favorite apps more smoothly. People can access curated, quality-tested apps from Nokia Store, more than a dozen third-party app stores and by sideloading. Out of the box, they can enjoy signature Nokia experiences including free* HERE Maps, with true offline maps and integrated turn-by-turn navigation, and Nokia MixRadio for free* music streaming and downloadable playlists. All devices are also pre-loaded with a variety of third-party apps and games.

The Nokia X family is also an affordable introduction to popular Microsoft services, including free* cloud storage using OneDrive. With the purchase of any Nokia X family smartphone in select markets, people will get one month of Skype's Unlimited World Subscription for a limited time, ideal to make international calls to landlines in more than 60 countries and to mobile phones in 8 countries.

The first device, the Nokia X, comes with a 4" IPS capacitive display and 3MP camera. The Nokia X+ is optimised for multimedia enthusiasts, who can enjoy even more games, music, photos and video thanks to more memory and storage. Both the Nokia X and Nokia X+ will be available in bright green, bright red, cyan, yellow, black and white**. The third family member, the Nokia XL, boasts a 5" display with 2MP front-facing camera - ideal for Skype video calls - and a 5MP rear-facing, autofocus camera with flash. The Nokia XL will be available in bright green, orange, cyan, yellow, black and white. The entire Nokia X family is powered by the Qualcomm® Snapdragon(TM) dual core processor and supports Dual SIM, letting people switch SIM cards to get better tariffs.

The Nokia X will go on sale immediately, starting at EUR 89*** and rolling-out in Asia-Pacific, Europe, India, Latin America, the Middle East and Africa. The Nokia X+ and Nokia XL are expected to roll out in these markets starting early second quarter, priced at EUR 99 and EUR 109, respectively.

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