Earlier today Nokia officially unveiled its new Nokia X smartphone which it has been developing and unfortunately for Nokia has been leaked plenty of times before today’s official announcement.
Now that the Nokia X smartphone is official a few new details about its specifications are also coming to light and include the announcement that the Nokia X will be shipped with the awesome SwiftKey predictive keyboard.
The addition of the SwiftKey keyboard to the Nokia X smartphone apps will enable users to input text in a faster way than using a traditional touchscreen keyboard and will be completely free for Nokia X users to enjoy. Currently the Android version costs $3.99 in the US.
To recap the Nokia X comes with 4-inch IPS LCD display sporting a resolution of 800 x 480 pixels and is powered by a 1GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 8225 processor support by 512MB of RAM and 4GB of internal storage with a microSD card slot for extra memory, as well as 7GB free OneDrive storage.
“Nokia has connected billions of people around the world, and today we demonstrated how our portfolio is designed to connect the next billion people to great experiences. Our deliberate approach is to offer four tiers of products including our affordable entry-level devices like the new Nokia 220; our entry-level Asha touchphones like the new Nokia Asha 230; our new Nokia X, Nokia X+ and Nokia XL smartphones primarily for growth economies; and our Lumia portfolio, which is where we introduce the greatest innovation and provide full compatibility with the Microsoft experience,” says Stephen Elop, executive vice president of Nokia’s Devices & Services.
Source: CNETFiled Under: Technology News, Top News