Nokia has been teasing the X (or Normandy) for some time now because the End maker is getting ready to liberate the smartphone at Cell World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona subsequent week. We’ve recognized for some time that Nokia X runs on Android, however no images of the instrument or its running machine had been viewed except now.
It looks as if Nokia determined to make it seem like Home windows Cellphone, despite the fact that it’s working on Android, so as a minimum the house display is tile-based totally.
Earlier rumors mentioned that it’s going to include simply the Android running gadget, with out Google’s services and products, which means that its customers do not need get entry to to the Play Retailer. They’ll most probably attempt to go on the identical route as Amazon, however in contrast to the latter, they don’t have an app retailer of their very own for Android apps and this would possibly if truth be told harm their gross sales.
For many who have been anticipating an Android cellphone for Nokia, The X may well be an enormous disappointment, as a result of simply the running gadget itself shouldn’t be value it. It’s all the ecosystem composed of Google’s apps that makes Android so just right. We predict the Nokia X to return originally with only a few apps developed by using Nokia to exchange Google’s ones after which they are going to more than likely attempt to entice Android builders to submit their apps on Nokia’s personal app retailer.
The Nokia X seem like a low-finish smartphone and it’ll most certainly be bought simplest in Asia and perhaps South The us, the place their fan base is lovely excessive.
The leaked photographs, printed by way of Coolxap, also shows us that it’s going to be a dual-SIM device, as there are two SIM cards displayed in the notification bar. The camera on the back has no flashlight and it looks like the Power and Volume buttons are on the right side of the device.
We aren’t very sure why Nokia tried to market the X so heavily, considering it’s going to be a low-cost device, probably headed to just a few regions, but we’ll have to wait for the official presentation to find out everything about it.
Would you buy the Nokia X ?