Nokia has broken away from their steady stream of Windows Phone handsets and unveiled the Nokia X and Nokia X+ Android phones at Mobile World Congress 2014. Nokia’s work with Android has been a terribly kept secret.

The Nokia X will feature a 4-inch IPS capacitive display, 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon dual core processor, 3MP camera, dual SIM cards, expandable storage, 512MB RAM, 4GB of storage, and a 1500mAh battery. The X+ will have largely the same specs except for 768MB of RAM and an included 4GB microSD card. A third, five-inch version of the phone will be known as the Nokia XL.

While the phones run Android, there’s a heavy Microsoft lean. The UI feels like Windows tiles and the phones comes with apps like Bing and Outlook instead of Google and Gmail. The biggest change from stock Android, however, is the Nokia app store, which replaces the Google Play store on the device.

The Nokia X is available now for 89 Euros ($122), the Nokia X+ will be available in Q2 for 99 Euros ($136), and the Nokia XL will be available soon for 109 Euros ($149).

Via TechRadar



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