Nokia XL is third mobile in the Nokia’s X series of Android Smartphone. Recently at the Mobile World Congress 2014 held in Barcelona Nokia launched its first ever Android phone Nokia X, followed by Nokia XL on the next Monday. Nokia XL is the high end version of Nokia X and X+. You will have to wait to get your hands on Nokia XL. It is due to hit the market in April 2014.
Now talking about the phone, it has got decent features with 5 inch display and 768MB RAM giving competition to other phones in the market. You can enjoy good gaming experience with larger display and free games offered by Nokia. As talked in the earlier post on Nokia X+, Nokia XL also has open source Android. In fact, all the phones in X series don’t have Google apps.
Nokia XL is developed under Android Open Source Project which is a free version of Android OS that does not require any permission from Google. This makes users free to download copy of Android and add their own features in the OS. But on the other side, they can’t provide services that require Google’s permission like Youtube, Google Play Store, Gmail. Nokia has replaced them with their own set of services like “Here Maps” replaces “Google Maps” and “Microsoft cloud” replacing Google cloud. Apps can be downloaded from Nokia’s version of the Google Play Store. So, basically every service is been developed.
Nokia XL Specification
Network – Supports 2G and 3G mode
Option to opt for dual SIM or single SIM
Display – 5.0 inches (~187 ppi pixel density)
Memory – 4GB internal storage (expandable upto 32 GB)
RAM – 768MB
Camera – 5 MP with features like panorama, face detection
Secondary Camera – 2MP
OS – Android 4.1.2 (Jelly Bean)
Processor – 1GHz dual core cortex A-5
GPU – Adreno 203
Battery – 2000mAh
Other features – WiFi, Bluetooth
Sensors – Accelerometer, Proximity
Nokia XL will cost you “109 Euros”. In India it is expected to be priced somewhere in the range of Rs.12,000/- to Rs13,000/-. For those Android users who love Google product and services, you don’t have to worry about missing google services on your phone. Nokia promises to offer its own replacement of the services developed by Microsoft. I am waiting to get my hands on Nokia XL. I bet you too.
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