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Nokia X Dual SIM Unboxing: A Lumia with an Android Heart

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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.

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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.

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It sells for Php 5,990.00 at your suking gadget store.

That being said, we will do a more comprehensive review, so check back with us as we do a full review of the unit.

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