Nokia has announced the first of the three X-series Android smartphones it unveiled at MWC 2014, in India. Nokia X runs on a forked version of Android and is priced at Rs 8,599. The UI of the device has been designed to look similar to the Windows Phone, complete with Live Tiles on the homepage. The specifications of the device include a 4-inch WVGA (800×480 pixels) LCD display with a pixel density of 233ppi, a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 dual-core processor clocked at 1GHz paired with 512MB of RAM and 4GB of internal storage that can be expanded up to 32GB using a microSD card. As an introductory offer, Microsoft is also offering buyers 1GB of free OneDrive storage.
Other features include a 3-megapixel camera at the back with fixed focus, f/2.8 aperture and 4X digital zoom. The 1,500mAh battery is claimed to offer 10.5 hours of talktime and 17 days on standby mode. It also include FM Radio and connectivity options like dual-SIM card slots, 3G support, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. a 3-megapixel camera at the back with fixed focus, f/2.8 aperture and 4X digital zoom. Making sure everything is clicking inside is a 1,500mAh battery, which the company claims is good enough for 10.5 hours of talktime and 17 days on standby mode. Other features include FM Radio and connectivity options like dual-SIM card slots, 3G support, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. Since the handset is based on forked AOSP Android OS, there will be no access to Google apps or Play store, so you’ll have to access apps through Nokia’s store and other third-party Android markets.