Nokia X, X+ and XL Android Mobile phones announced at MWC 2014

Nokia announced its first android series phones today at Mobile World Con­gress press con­fer­ence 2014. The Nokia X fam­ily fea­tures Noki­a’s renowned hand­set qual­ity and design, with a fresh, tile-based user inter­face inspired by Lumia fam­ily. All devices come with Fastlane, a screen which lets people switch between their favor­ite apps more smoothly.

Nokia XL Dual-SIM

Nokia X has 4‑inch WVGA (800×480 pixels with 233 ppi) dis­play and is powered by a 1GHz Qual­comm Snap­dragon S4 dual-core pro­cessor paired with 512MB of RAM. Oth­er fea­tures include Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, A‑GPS, Dual-Sim, 4GB of intern­al stor­age with microSD sup­por­ted upto 32GB, 3‑megapixel cam­era and a 1500mAh battery.

The Nokia X+ has sim­il­ar specs, with increased RAM of 768 MB.

The Nokia XL, sports a big­ger dis­play – 5‑inch WVGA (800×480 pixels with 187 ppi) dis­play and bet­ter cam­er­as– 5‑megapixel rear cam­era and 2‑megapixel front-facing cam­era with 768 MB RAM and powered by 2000 mAh battery.

The Nokia X is avail­able imme­di­ately for 89 Euros in Asia-Pacific, Europe, India, Lat­in Amer­ica, the Middle East and Africa. While the Nokia X+ and the Nokia XL will be avail­able in the second quarter of this year for 99 Euros and 109 Euros respectively.