We just got our hands on the Nokia X, which along with the X+ and XL, is the company’s first foray into the Android ecosystem. All three are very similar to the Lumia line in terms of appearance, and the X has a dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor, 4GB of internal storage and 512MB of RAM. It has a microSD slot inside to expand storage up to 32GB. There’s a 3MP camera at the back, and unfortunately none at the front.
The Nokia X comes with a microUSB wall charger and matching earphones. The user interface is a heavily-modified Android interface that more closely resembles Windows Phone; but even though it is Android on the inside, it has no access to Google Play and no way to link to your Google accounts on initial review.
That being said, we will do a more comprehensive review, so check back with us as we do a full review of the unit.