Nokia has launched its Android-based phones, earlier codenamed Normandy, at the MWC in Barcelona today. This range of phones comes with a unique system that would make Nokia X series an interesting addition to the smartphones marketplace.
The Nokia X is actually an operating system that is based on the Android 4.1 along with features of Asha and Windows phones. This is a range of three phones the Nokia X with a 4-inch screen and the Nokia X+ and Nokia XL with larger screens.
These phones will work on the dual-core 1GHz Snapdragon processor. However, Nokia X+ will offer enhanced storage capacity compared to Nokia X, while Nokia XL will have a larger screen.