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Jun 24th - Nokia has revealed their fourth smartphone, and their first after their acquisition by Microsoft officially closed. It’s the Nokia X2, and it has been named so thanks to its dual-SIM configuration that comes standard with the phone.
Mar 14th - The Nokia X might not have been the Android phone we hoped for, but it sure seems like the Android phone many people want. Nokia is reporting heavy interest in the handset in China, pointing to pre-order sales figures of over 1 million devices in that country.
Mar 7th - The Nokia X won’t be coming the the United States, but it will be headed to several other locations around the world. One such country is India, where it has been announced that the X will touch down on March 15th.
Mar 4th - More of Nokia’s applications have been ported over to devices with Android 4.1.2 or higher. Many of them don’t require anything but a simple APK installation, though you will need to root for at least one of these. Full list is inside!
Mar 3rd - We’re not sure why you’d want Nokia’s app store — their primary source for downloading apps on the new Nokia X family — on your Android device, but you can get it if that’s your prerogative. The always-helpful folks of XDA have ported the Nokia Apps store to any Android device running Android 4.1.2 or higher.
Mar 1st - The Nokia X was announced last week with a full set of Nokia and Microsoft services, completely lacking Google’s widely recognized applications that make Android into the behemoth of an operating system that it is today. The usefulness of the Nokia X was questioned and now Android hackers have done what they do best, customizing devices, increasing their usefulness.
Feb 24th - The Nokia X, X+ and XL are very affordable devices, but are they worth their price? We have gone hands-on, so click through to find out!
The Nokia X+ is a part of Nokia's first (and maybe only) attempt at Android devices. The X+ is the middle phone of a trio of Android devices. It runs a heavily modified version of Android, and uses Microsoft and Nokia services instead of Google.
The Nokia XL is a part of Nokia's first (and maybe only) attempt at Android devices. The XL is the largest phone of a trio of Android devices. It runs a heavily modified version of Android, and uses Microsoft and Nokia services instead of Google.
The Nokia X is a part of Nokia's first (and maybe only) attempt at Android devices. The X is the device that was leaked over and over again. It runs a heavily modified version of Android, and uses Microsoft and Nokia services instead of Google.
Feb 24th - We’d been so enamored with all of the Nokia X rumors leading up to Mobile World Congress 2014 that we didn’t consider Nokia could have more than one Android device in the works. The company actually has three, as they have officially announced the Nokia X, Nokia X+ and Nokia XL.
Feb 18th - Mobile World Congress is approaching faster than a bullet from a desert eagle, and Nokia is continuing to tease us a about an announcement they’ll be making at the big show in Barcelona. We’re almost certain it’s going to be the “Nokia Normandy” phone we’ve been hearing about so much
Feb 13th - We were a bit taken aback by the Nokia Normandy / Nokia X’s supposed list of specs when they first leaked. We’d always heard Nokia was aiming for developing markets with this thing, but we didn’t know quite how low they would look to go. According to new rumors, though, it sounds like they’re looking to go lower than even the limbo bar can reach: $100 off-contract.
Feb 10th - Whispered about for months now and showcased in a series of leaks, it appears the legend of the Nokia Normandy could be finally made official later this month. According to The Wall Street Journal, Nokia is planning on unveiling their first this awkward Android device — dubbed the Nokia X — during Mobile World Congress …