Microsoft may be acquiring Nokia soon, but that is not stopping the Finnish smartphone maker from launching its new line of smartphones. Nokia unveiled three Android-powered handsets at Mobile World Congress: Nokia X, Nokia X+ and Nokia XL.
“Now, with the introduction of the Nokia X family of devices, we’re delivering the same design, quality and innovation Nokia is known for to lower price points to capture the fastest-growing segment of the smartphone market,” said Bryan Biniak, VP and general manager of Nokia developer experience in a press release.
The entire Nokia X product line is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon dual-core processor and supports dual SIM. The three devices feature the Fastlane home screen, allowing users to switch between apps smoothly; Here Maps with integrated turn-by-turn navigation; Nokia’s free music streaming MixRadio; and free cloud storage using Microsoft’s OneDrive.
The Nokia X features a 4-inch IPS capacitive display and a 3MP camera. The Nokia X+ is designed for multimedia enthusiasts, featuring more memory and storage. The Nokia XL features a 5-inch display, a 2MP front-facing camera, and a 4MP rear-facing autofocus camera.
Also announced at Mobile World Congress: the Nokia Asha 230, an affordable Asha touchscreen device, and the Nokia 220, the company’s lowest-priced, data-enabled phone.
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