Nokia X and Nokia X+ and Nokia XL will run on AOSP based Nokia X software platform. Nokia X and Nokia X+ have 4 inch WVGA resolution. Nokia XL has 5-inch display with similar resolution. Nokia X and Nokia X+ have 3 MP fixed-focus camera. Nokia XL has 5 MP auto-focus camera with Flash. Asha 230 is the cheapest Asha touch phone.
Nokia X, Nokia X+ and Nokia XL will get app support from Nokia store and many 3rd party app stores. They will come pre-loaded with Microsoft apps like OneDrive, Skype and will replace Google Maps with HERE Maps and will have Nokia MixRadio on-board.
Microsoft is offering 1 month free worldwide calls on Skype and free OneDrive storage up to 10 GB in selected markets.
Pricing & Availability:
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.
– 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.