Well, that sure didn’t take long. The bizarre Nokia X, technically built on an underlying layer of Android code but really made to resemble a Windows Phone on the software front without actually running WP, is merely four months old. Five, if we count the timing of its formal introduction rather than the commercial launch.
Defying logic, common sense and, perhaps least important, tech traditions, Nokia took the wraps off an X follow-up aptly named X2 just five months after the first-gen was introduced. Even nuttier, the upgraded Android-based handheld is up for grabs in “in select countries globally”, which means it started selling less than 100 days on the
The Mobile World Congress, along with the association that organizes what’s generally regarded as the world’s largest exhibition for the mobile industry, dubbed GSMA, are weird. This year’s trade fair was barely wrapped up, and the GSMA announced the winners of the 19th Annual Global Mobile awards, among which you had a one-year-old Android smartphone,
We’re sure you know about the Nokia X trio of smartphones by now after the Finnish manufacturer announced the handsets at the MWC earlier this Monday. However, bad news awaits customers in the U.S., Canada, South Korea and Japan as the company has announced its intentions to not launch the smartphones in these regions. The trio
The Nokia X, X+ and the XL were announced earlier today amidst much hype and speculation. While it was confirmed that Nokia will indeed take the Android route, the Finnish manufacturer made it very clear that it doesn’t want to favor Google’s ecosystem. This raised several questions among users about development options and the potential
Nokia has just announced three new Android 4.1.2 based smartphones called the Nokia X, the Nokia X+ and the Nokia XL. These smartphones run on Android, but not quite as one would have expected. It is claimed that the three smartphones run on the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) to allow deeper customization options for