Product Description - GO! GET APPS Discover the world of Android apps with the Nokia X smartphone. Download top apps like Skype and Plants vs. Zombies 2 and access hundreds of thousands of other great apps. (Android is a trademark of Google Inc.) LIVE IN THE FASTLANE Get fast, smooth access to your favourite apps with Fastlane. Unique to Nokia, it displays your recent apps, photos, Facebook posts and more onto a single screen, so your favourites stay right at your fingertips. ONE OF A KIND. JUST LIKE YOU. Nokia X introduces an all-new customisable home screen which you can rearrange to suit your mood. Resize and rearrange your apps with resizable tiles, group apps into folders, and get Android widgets for the things you need the most. BOLD. CONFIDENT. COLOURFUL Rock your unique style with the Nokia X – a gorgeous smartphone, inside and out. It's dressed up with a slim, yet durable body that seamlessly wraps around the sharp, four-inch screen. And with satellite GPS, Wi-Fi and 3G connectivity, you can keep the fun going wherever you go. OFF THE GRID. ON THE MAP. Lost? Not if we can help it. Nokia X also comes with our exclusive navigation apps. Get free offline maps with HERE Maps, and enjoy free worldwide turn-by-turn navigation with HERE Drive. (Data transfer charges may apply) NOKIA MIXRADIO – YOUR PERSONAL RADIO STATION. Imagine a radio station that always plays the music you want to hear. With Nokia MixRadio you only hear the music you’re sure to love. New songs to inspire you every day and mixes based on the artists you love. No sign up, no subscription and no advertising, just great music. It’s finally happened: the Nokia X, the first Nokia Android smartphone is here. It is not just one smartphone, though, the Nokia X kicks off a new family of devices for the Finnish company that will be more affordable than its primary Lumia Windows Phone series. The most prominent feature of the Nokia X is the fact that it runs on a “forked” version of Android. Nokia took the open source parts of Android from the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) and built a new platform on top of it with signature Nokia and Microsoft experiences like a tile-based interface, Skype and tight OneDrive integration. Nokia’s chief executive Stephen Elop made sure to make it perfectly clear: the Nokia X is a gateway to Microsoft’s cloud, not Google’s. Indeed, the Nokia X lacks the Google Play store with its over million apps, it lacks Google’s Maps, Gmail, Chrome, Drive and all the others. Instead, it comes with a curated Nokia Store that will be pretty much empty when the phone launches (but Nokia expects to curate hundreds of thousands of apps), and it will support third-party web store like the Yandex Store, popular in Russia. It also features Microsoft’s and Nokia’s suite of applications like Here Maps in lieu of the Google ones. In addition, Microsoft is throwing a Skype and OneDrive promo with Nokia X devices, giving away one month of free unlimited Skype service and 10GB of OneDrive cloud storage. While you cannot directly install apps from the Google Play Store on the Nokia X, you can still sideload Android applications from APK files, so it should not be too hard to almost completely change the experience on the Nokia X to a stock Android one via one of the many launchers available out there. In terms of specs, the Nokia X is a decidedly affordable smartphone that impresses with price, not with ground-breaking silicon. It comes with a 4-inch 480 x 800-pixel capacitive IPS LCD touchscreen, a 3-megapixel fixed-focus camera and a 1GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 chip. With 512MB of RAM and 4GB of storage, it looks decently powerful for its price. The device comes in one of six colors, and all of them are typically vibrant and cheerful in a typical Nokia fashion. The Nokia X features only 3G connectivity with download speeds of up to 7.2Mbps. It also has a 1500mAh battery with quoted talk time of over 10 hours. Nokia today also unveiled the Nokia X+ which
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