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Video: Hands On With The New Nokia X Range

Video: Hands On With The New Nokia X Range

Nokia launched its new range of Nokia X smartphones, based on Android open source, at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.

Nokia’s X range of smartphones, unveiled during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona in February, marks the company’s first attempt at linking the popular Android OS along with its Microsoft operating system.

While users can download Android apps, the Windows interface also allows access to signature Nokia features such as HERE Maps and MixRadio and Microsoft services such as Skype, Outlook and One Drive. People can also access apps from the Nokia store.

Priced much below Nokia’s flagship Lumia range, the Nokia X phones – X, X+ and XL – come in bright colours.

“Nokia X is more about harnessing smartphones at the mid-to low range price-point,” explained Ajey Mehta, vice president, Middle East at Nokia.

“So we are targeting all those consumers who are moving to smartdevices from feature phones. We hope they will stay with Nokia as part of Nokia X, get familiar with the Nokia and Microsoft services, get familiar with the tile user interface, and when they go to their better and bigger phone, we hope they will choose the Lumia,” he said.

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VIDEO: HANDS ON WITH THE NOKIA X

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