Nokia has finally announced multiple Android phones at MWC 2024, including Nokia X, X+ and XL. If you want to know more about the three affordable smartphones, let’s go on checking.
Nokia X, X+ and XL is Nokia’s first Android powered smartphones. All the three Android phones runs on a customized Google Android mobile operating system that features a Windows Phone 8-like home screen and offer dual-SIM card slot. Nokia X and X+ share almost same specs including same size and weight, Qualcomm 8225 Snapdragon S4 1GHz dual-core processor, 4GB internal storage with a microSD card slot for up to 32GB, 4-inch IPS display and 3-megapixel main camera. The difference is that the Nokia X+ come with a larger 768MB of RAM instead of Nokia X’s 512MB RAM.
Nokia XL is a larger Android phone than the two entry-level X phones. The smartphone sports 768MB RAM and a 5-inch IPS LCD display for a more comfortable viewing and operating experience, and its 5-megapixel autofocus camera provides better imaging for your awesome photos.
Nokia X will go on sale soon starting at €89 EUR (approx $122 USD), while Nokia X+ and Nokia XL will be available early Q2 this year, starting at €99 EUR (approx $136) and €109 EUR (approx $150). If you’re interested, jump to Nokia official site for more details.