Nokia X For India To Launch on March 10 for 8500 Rupees

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In the last month, Nokia have launched its first ever Android smartphone and have created a buzz among the Android and Nokia lovers. Nokia have launched Nokia X, Nokia X+ and Nokia XL smartphone with different specification and having advanced configuration in the increasing order. Just Few hours ago, Nokia X for India has started sending the press invites for an event where they will introduce these Android smartphone to Indian markets.

Few days ago, the Nokia X for India was spotted on The Mobile Store website which was reflecting the price of Nokia X for India as Rs. 8500 and it will be available from 15th March 2014. They also specified that it would take about 12 -13 days to ship the Nokia X which is a dual sim phone. But soon after this news got trending on the internet, the website removed the price and launch date and just wrote “Coming Soon”.

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In that mean while, the news from Nokia India came that they are going to organize an event to launch Nokia X series Android smartphone to Indian market on 10th March. The phones are being targeted to the entry-level Android smartphones in the range of below 10k rupees from small smartphone vendors.




Nokia X and X+ have four-inch screens, while the Nokia XL has a bigger screen with the size of 5-inch. The Nokia X and X+ feature 4-inch displays with a 800×480 pixel resolution. Nokia did not announce the chipsets till now, but both phones have a Snapdragon S4 SoC with a dual-core processor clocked at 1GHz.

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There is a 512MB of RAM on the Nokia X, while the X+ gets 768MB of RAM. Both have 4GB internal storage and the ability to take in micro SD cards up to 32GB in capacity. Overall Nokia X for India is really smart and cool phone for the entry level and the Nokia jumps back to the Indian smartphone market with Nokia X series after the Lumia and Asha series.

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