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Nokia X

Microsoft Nokia Android Phone Release Date

Nokia’s next Android phone looks set to arrive on June 24th

June 20th, 2014

Microsoft is set to launch the next generation of its Nokia X line of phones, at least according to two teaser images posted by Nokia. A new post on the Nokia Conversations blog suggests a new Nokia X phone could come as soon as next Tuesday. An image with an X and the date June …

Microsoft Future Android Phones

Elop confirms Microsoft won’t abandon Nokia’s Android phones

April 25th, 2014

Did you think Microsoft would unceremoniously axe the Nokia X line of budget Android phones the minute it finalized its acquisition of the one-time Finnish mobile icon’s handset division? Well, think again. Former Nokia CEO and current Microsoft exec Stephen Elop said on Friday that the newly formed Microsoft Mobile division will remain “committed to continuing …

Nokia X On Sale In India

Nokia’s dirt cheap Android phone is now on sale

March 11th, 2014

Two weeks ago, Nokia launched the Nokia X, a smartphone that runs a forked version of Android that’s been redesigned to look like Windows Phone. While no one is sure if the Nokia X is a decent phone, it has certainly not been ignored. Questions have been raised about whether it will be able to …

Microsoft Nokia X Android Phones

Will Microsoft kill Nokia’s Android phones after it takes over?

February 26th, 2014

One of the most fascinating reveals following the Microsoft-Nokia acquisition saga was the existence of the Nokia X Android line of smartphones. Nokia’s first substantial non-Windows Phone product may have been a major contributing factor in pushing the acquisition through, but Microsoft hasn’t yet been able to quash the Nokia X line at the source. As …

Nokia X Google Play Store Apps Sideload

Nokia X owners might get access to Google Play apps after all

February 24th, 2014

Even though the Nokia X trio of Android handsets actually runs a forked Android version that looks more like Windows Phone than Google’s famous mobile OS – and their OS are completely stripped off any Google apps including the Play Store – there’s actually hope that users will be able to run Android apps from …

Nokia X, Nokia X+, Nokia XL Specs, Release Date

Nokia unveils not one, but three Android handsets

February 24th, 2014

After numerous leaks that unofficially revealed many details about Nokia’s first Android handset, the company has finally unveiled its first ever Android handsets. Nokia early on Monday announced the Nokia X smartphone and its Nokia X+ and Nokia XL brothers, although they’re not the regular Android devices users would expect. Instead, we’re looking at a forked …

Nokia MWC Live Stream

Here’s how to watch live as Nokia unveils its first (and last?) Android phone

February 23rd, 2014

Nokia and Android. Android and Nokia. Smartphone enthusiasts have wondered for quite some time what Android would be like on one of Nokia’s signature handsets. While most were likely hoping for Android on a high-end Nokia phone, the mystery will soon be over. We’ll never know what Nokia’s current situation would be if Samsung hadn’t scared …

Nokia Android Phone Microsoft

Why Microsoft is smart to let Nokia launch an Android phone

February 20th, 2014

It’s no secret that Microsoft is hurting as the world moves to mobile. Sales of Windows Phones are miniscule compared to the competition, and the Surface is small potatoes compared to the iPad. With Satya Nadella as Microsoft’s new CEO, the company would be smart to start selling a “Nokia X” phone running on Android.