After much delay, Nokia finally announced its range of Android phones, the Nokia X, X+ and XL at the World Mobile Congress in Barcelona, at a starting price of 89 Euros (roughly Rs 7,500).
Powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, the new Android phones could be a game-changer as users can not only access the huge library of Android apps, but also Nokia-exclusive apps like Here Maps, Microsoft Outlook and at the same time use a boxy user interface similar to the Nokia Lumia.
Nokia XL. Pic/AFP
The Nokia X has a 4-inch IPS display, 512MB RAM and comes with a 3MP camera, whereas the X+ and XL have a 5-inch display and are priced at 99 Euros and 109 Euros, respectively.