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Nokia X Specification and features are mentioned below. The specification are from the 10 seller(s) and other reliable sources
|Release Date||March 01, 2014|
|Announced Date||February 01, 2014|
|Sim Support||Dual Sim, Micro-SIM, GSM + GSM|
|Phone Dimensions||115.5 x 63 x 10.4 mm|
|Phone Weight||128.7 grams|
|SAR Value||1.14 W/kg (head) 0.90 W/kg (body)|
|Screen Size||4 inches (Screen to Body Ratio: 60.62%)|
|Screen Resolution||480 x 800 Pixels, 233 ppi|
|Screen Type||IPS LCD, With 16 M Colors|
|Touch Type||Capacitive With Multitouch Up to 2 fingers|
|Photo & Video|
|Camera||✔ 3 Megapixel|
|Camera Features||Fixed Focus, Digital zoom-4x, Auto and manual white balance, Active toolbar, Still image editor, Face recognition, Auto exposure, Center weighted auto exposure|
|Operating System||Android 4.1.2 - Jelly Bean|
|Processor||1 GHz , Dual Core|
|GPU (Graphics)||Adreno 203|
|User Interface||Modified Android|
|Battery||1500 mAh, Li-ion|
|Battery Standby||Up to 408 hrs|
|Battery Talk Time||Up to 13 hrs 20 min (2G) / Up to 10 hrs 30 min (3G)|
|3G||✔ HSDPA, 7.2 Mbps; HSUPA, 5.76 Mbps|
|Wi-Fi||✔ with Tethering|
|USB Connectivity||✔ microUSB v2.0|
|GPS||✔ with A-GPS support|
|✔ with Push E-mail|
|Alert Types||Vibration, Polyphonic, MP3|
|Phonebook Memory||Practically Unlimited Contacts|
|Internal Storage||4 GB|
|Expandable Memory||microSD, upto 32 GB|
|Additional Features||Java MIDP emulator, Nokia X platform 1.0 UI, Touch UI , Brightness control, Tactile feedback, Calculator, Clock, Calendar with location support, Calendar, Fixed dialling number, Alarm clock with ring tones, Phonebook, Social networks in Phonebook|
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Nokia X will redefine the way people see the Finnish giant. If you are looking for the best of two most popular Operating systems in the world mashed up cleverly into a single device at a budget then go for the Nokia X.
Nokia introduced its Android prodigy in MWC after hooting about it for quiet a long time. The Nokia X is the first Nokia phone running a forked version of Android. Nokia X is targeted at the feature phone users who wont mind shelling out few bucks more for a extremely reliable brand and an equally competitive device. Nokia X is pegged at a price point which is dominated by domestic brands like Micromax and Intex. Nokia X comes with a 1GHz Dual Core Snapdragon processor which is a Bang for the bucks at this price point. Nokia X uses its own services and lets users side load the installation file. Alternatively its also building its own dedicated store for X series.
Design is typically Nokia and reminiscent of the Lumia brothers. The phone has been packaged neatly and looks premium. Nokia X is tuck able thanks to its Candybar shape. The phone looks slightly bulged at 10.4mm. The bezel has minutely rounded edges. Nokia X has a single capacitive back button and the remaining navigation buttons figure themselves at the footer of the screen. The volume rockers and the power buttons are placed on the right side. The phone comes in 6 colors and has a Swappable back cover. The overall build quality of this device is miles ahead compared to other devices at this price range.
Nokia X houses a 3.1 MP sensor camera unit. The pictures are clear and crisp for a 3 MP sensor but they tend to turn grainy as the sun starts going down. The camera UI is extremely intuitive and gives pro options to the users such as ISO settings, EV level, Noise reduction and Face detection. Missing LED flash endorses the fact that the camera cannot be used effectively in low light and dark conditions.
The 4 inch display has a resolution of 400 x 800 pixels translating into a respectable pixel density of 223 ppi sharp. It has good viewing angles and is offers enough brightness. Display offers high readability in sunlight even with the absence of clear black technology. Screen has an automatic optimization which converts the video into wide screen. Colors reproduction is extremely prescise a phenomena which we rarely get to see in the feature handsets.
The 1GHz Snapdragon processor with Krait core has been doing its duty on many early Lumia phones. Its a no nonsense powerhouse known for delivering highly optimized performance with no lag issue whatsoever. Nokia X incorporates a 512 MB RAM which is sufficient to run majority of the high end games. Nokia Fastlane is a nice touch where in it automatically arranges the most frequently used apps in a separate menu. The UI flow is lightning fast thanks to the operating system optimization by Nokia. The X is a performer and can easily be at the epitome amoungst the feature phones.
Phones from Nokia have been popular for their frugality. The 1500 mAh battery is removable and offers a standby of 408 hours. The Android in Nokia is devoid of the usual memory leak and power zapping problems of the stock Android. The phone lasts for more than a day with mixed usage and will last for at least a day if maxed out.
Nokia X is one of the best feature phone currently in the market. Nokia X would be indirectly rivaling its cousin Lumia 520 which also falls in the same price bracket and runs on the identical hardware. Nokia has spun a great strategy of letting their own device fight the battles amongst themselves instead of pitching against the competitors phone. Its surprising to finally see Nokia not only embrace Android but also give it a Metro touch by tile layout and Microsoft exclusive applications. Nokia has curated its own store which not only lets you download majority of Android application but also tests all the application for multiple level of security. Nokia seems to be back in the track after all the dilly dallying. The feature phone segment has been unknowingly ignored by the other major players where as Nokia still reigns in this region.
What Is Difference Between Normal Android Phone And Nokia X Series??
All we have heard about this is nokia's android phone but not exactly android... So what is the difference??
Nokia X series runs on Android 4.1.2,that uses the standard Android open source platform(AOSP). The interface is heavily customized to look and feel like a Windows Phone and it doesn't have access to Google's services. Currently it's called Nokia X software platform 1.0.1 and has loaded the smartphone full of Nokia's and Microsoft's apps and services. Excluding the apps, it feels different; more or less a Windows Phone in most aspects. Btw it doesn't support Google Play- but Nokia's own store. Take a look : http://goo.gl/O8uN3h