Nokia X: 6 things that make it stand out from Android

Mar 10 2014, 21:57 IST
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Nokia has launched Nokia X smartphone in India at Rs 8,599. Nokia has launched Nokia X smartphone in India at Rs 8,599.
SummaryNokia’s first 'Android phone' has been launched in India at Rs 8,599.

Nokia X’s camera is going to prove a little restrictive.


The biggest concern, however, is availability of apps. Nokia ships the phone with apps such as Facebook and Opera, along with a Nokia app store, where you can download many other apps and games. You can also sideload apps (download the .apk file and install), but that may not be a great idea because the app may not be optimised for the device. Nokia allows you to access third-party Android app stores to download apps that aren’t available on the Nokia store.


At the launch event in New Delhi, a Nokia representative threw the phone down from a height of five feet and even banged it against wooden surface. The Nokia X didn’t break and continued to work smoothly after that. Of course, it doesn’t mean that you’ll be able to claim warranty if you manage to break your Nokia X. Still, the demo was interesting and we will definitely test the build quality as soon as Nokia sends us a review unit.

Overall, Nokia’s phone is in the news because it stands out. There is no dearth of Android phones in the market, but the Nokia X is definitely going to grab eyeballs.

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