Nokia unveiled their Android-powered Nokia X, X+ and XL at the Mobile World Congress. The handset doesn’t bring any high-end specifications at the table, and is more targeted towards emerging markets.
At the event, Nokia announced that Nokia X will go on sale immediately, while the Nokia X+ and Nokia XL will hit retail in the second quarter of 2014. Now, Nokia X+ and XL are available for pre-orders in Spain, but they are priced a little higher than the price announced at the Mobile World Congress.
Those of you who are interested in the Nokia X+ have to shell out €119 while the Nokia XL will cost €129. There’s no guaranteed delivery date mentioned, but it shouldn’t be too far away since it’s up for pre-orders on Amazon. Secondly, the handset is available in limited colors: Nokia X+ is available in green and black, while the Nokia XL is only available in green color.
Nokia X+ and XL comes with a similar set of specifications with one change, Nokia XL comes with a large 5-inch screen while the Nokia X+ has a 4-inch display. On the other hand, Nokia XL comes with a 5MP rear camera with a 2MP front-facing camera while Nokia X+ has a 3MP camera. Other features include 768MB RAM, 4GB internal storage with a microSD card slot, a dual-core 1GHz processor and runs AOSP with Nokia’s own services and customizations.