NOKIA X: The First-Ever NOKIA Android Phone
Look who’s joining the Android market?
Nokia finally created their very first android phone device that will surely can capture a market in the Android industry.
What’s Inside the box?
– Nokia X mobile unit
– Nokia X 1500 mAh Battery
– Nokia Charger
– Nokia stereo Headset
– Warranty card
I have personally experienced Nokia’s first-ever android device and as you read along you will know more of Nokia X.
The Nokia X features Nokia’s renowned quality and design with a tile-based user interface inspired by the Nokia Lumia line of phones. The Nokia X features two screens: home, which features a fresh, tile-based design and Fastlane screen that lets users switch between apps.
Specifications for the Nokia X:
* Dimension: 115.5x63x10.4mm- The size of Nokia X is just perfect for my grip, not too big and not too small. Its slim, durable monobody design measures 10.4mm thin.
• 4’’ capacitive touchscreen WVGA- Provides great readability. The interface is not straining to the eyes because the clor display is not that sharp.
• 3MP camera(fixed focus)- this camera is good enough for a budget phone like this.
• Dual SIM- both sim slots are micro sim, so If you use a normal-size sim card, it is either you will have it cut or buy a micro sim.
– Expandable memory Up to 32GB- The memory card slot is at the back in between sim slots.
* Exchangeable back covers come in a variety of statement colors. I’ve got the white one.
*Available colors: Bright Green, Bright Red, black and white- with these colors you can choose according to your mood/taste.
* System: EGSM 850/900/1800/1900/ WCDMA 900/2100
* Weight: 128.66g
• 1500 mAH battery
• Satellite GPS
* FM Radio
* 1Ghz dual core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor
* Operating system: Nokia X software platfom
* Memory: 512 RAM and 4GB eMMC
* Talk Time: 2G= Up to 13.3hours / 3G= up to 10.3 hours
* Standby Time: 2G= Up to 28.5 days / 3G= up to22 days
Out of the box, users 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. The Nokia X is also an affordable introduction to popular Microsoft services, including free cloud storage using OneDrive.
Fastlane is a dynamic record of how people use their phone, day-by-day, moment-by-moment. It captures everything people love: they need only to swipe once from the homescreen to access Fastlane, see a record of recent activity, and switch between their favorite apps, smoothly. Fastlane has been completely re-imagined for the Nokia X family. People can return a missed call by calling or texting, accept or decline calendar invitations, or control the music player – all from within the Fastlane view. Fastlane is also more customizable and social- friendly than ever. People can select what appears on their Fastlane feed, read notifications from their social networks and update their status from within Fastlane, making the experience even more productive.
The Nokia X is now available in GMA and within the week in key provincial areas for SRP of Php 5,990.
For its price, I believe that Nokia X would be something for you to consider when buying a budget smartphone. Nokia has been in the market for more than a decade providing durable and useful mobile units so I trust the brand.
For more information, visit http://www.nokia.com/about-nokia.