The Nokia X Android smartphone has finally arrived, along with X+ and XL variants.
Codenamed the Nokia Normandy, the X was announced on the first day of this year’s Mobile World Congress.
The new Nokia X family is made up of affordable smartphones feature a Lumia-inspired tile-based user interface. But unlike the Lumia, the X handsets run on Android rather than Windows Phone.
All devices come with Fastlane – a screen which lets you switch between apps, as well as HERE Maps, Nokia MixRadio and free cloud storage using Microsoft’s OneDrive.
The Nokia X comes with a 4-inc IPS capacitive display, 3MP camera and 512MB of RAM. The Nokia X+ has the same specs but comes with more memory and storage.
The Nokia XL has a bigger 5-inch display, 2MP front-facing camera and 5MP rear-facing one.
The whole range is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon dual-core processors and supports dual SIM.
The Nokia X goes on sale immediately, starting at €89. The X+ and XL will be available in Q2, priced at €99 and €109.