Not too way back, Nokia unveiled their first handset operating Android, truly AOSP that has nothing to do with Google or any of its providers, referred to as the Nokia X.
As everyone knows, Nokia talked about that seventy five % of the Android apps are already suitable with the platform whereas the 25 % could be ported in lower than H hours. During the MWC, the parents at Lowyat noticed a Nokia X+ with a default Android look as somebody managed to put in Nova Launcher on it.
This signifies that customers can set up a lot of the Android apps utilizing the APK information. This must be a excellent news for any Android customers planning to provide Nokia X a go, however hesitated because of the tile-based mostly UI Nokia has carried out on it. If Nova Launcher is engaged on the handset, there’s a reasonably good chance that it will probably additionally run different launchers as properly.
Nokia X comes with entry ranges specs and comes with a twin-core Snapdragon S4 processor, 512MB of RAM (Nokia X+ and Nokia XL comes with 768MB), 4GB storage with a microSD card slot and runs on AOSP, a forked model of Android.
Nokia X is out there on the market for €89 in Asia-Pacific, Europe, India, Latin America, the Middle East and Africa, whereas the Nokia X+ and XL will value €ninety nine and €109, and can hit retail in Q2 2014.