Nokia is entering in Android market with its first Android powered device ‘Nokia X’. They revealed Nokia X in MWC and soon after that, they made it available in Malaysia. Nokia want their customers to have Nokia X as soon as possible and so they announced it via Malaysian retailer Storekini.com for RM 399 (about $120). There are already many orders placed for it and still counting. It will be interesting to see that how Nokia X fights with already existing Android powered smartphones in market.
Nokia X is a budget android smartphone and so we cannot expect any extraordinary features from it, but its specifications make it worth for its price. Nokia X comes with a dual-core 1 GHz Snapdragon S4 processor, which is supported by a 512 MB RAM. There is a 4 inch WVGA display screen and 4 GB of storage. It has a 3 megapixel camera at back.
Nokia X can be considered as a mixture of Android, Windows phone and a few elements from Nokia Asha lineup. You cannot access Google Play store with Nokia X. Nokia has their own app store from where you can download android application for your phone. You cannot sideload Android applications because there is no access to Google Play store. Nokia claims that 75% of applications can run without any modification.