Review: Nokia X
Nokia has played a little change in its game with the launch of Nokia X. They have launched this part-Android cellphone but at a cool price. How have they done that? Well, by using an open source version of Android. However, Nokia X has become hot in the market because its price is as light as the phone itself.
Nokia X Features
This is a dual sim cell phone, which resembles the ASha 501 in terms of shape and colors. The home button also resembles the Asha 501. Towards the edges of this device, you can find a power button, volume rocker, headset jack and Micro-USB socket. Towards the rear panel, you can find a camera lens. It’s also noteworthy that the back panel and battery of the phone can be removed easily.
There are numerous applications preloaded into this device like the Viber, Skype, Vine, Facebook, Twitter, BBM and WeChat. It also comes with some games.
Advantages of Nokia X
The 1500mAh battery of Nokia X is touted to last a cool 10 hours. This phone is also available in six interesting colors—green, black, white, yellow, cyan and red.
Disadvantages of Nokia X
It is equipped with the Android Open Source Project, whichis not certified by the Google. This means you cannot find Google play store in this device. It’s also not built for the future because Nokia X only features 3G connectivity with download speeds of up to 7.2Mbps.
The Nokia X will have many takers because it is an Android phone available at an approx. USD 122.