Nokia X receives network license in China

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Nokia’s long awaited and first Android phone was unveiled at MWC and has now come to China to get it’s Network approval.

The Nokia X is a budget Android smartphone designed for emerging markets. The Android device has the same Nokia look we have come to expect from the company’s Windows phones and has had all Google services replace in the OS with Microsoft alternatives.

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No surprises in the specification department for the Chinese version of the Nokia X. The phone has a 4-inch display, 512mb ram, dual SIM support and come a range of 6 colours. Still no word on pricing in China or a release date.

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1 Comment

  1. Zeca
    February 28, 2014

    512mb ram? Trash.