Nokia X Launched, Budget Lumia-Looking Android for P5,990

Finnish smartphone manufacturer Nokia recently launched the Nokia X in the Philippines. The company's first Android, it features a modified version of the Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean, making the interface look more like a Windows Phone.

The Nokia X sports a 4-inch IPS LCD, a 1GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 Play processor, a 512MB RAM, and a dual microSIM feature. Sadly, as it's a basic device, it only comes with a 3-megapixel fixed focus camera. It also features a tiled-design, much like what you would see on a Lumia, and Fastlane, a task manager that keeps a record of your most used apps and activities.

Nokia X Budget Android
The Nokia X in the Android Green color
Present in the launch were Nokia Philippines General Manager Karel Holub, Nokia executive Mike Smith, and Head of Marketing for Nokia Pan Asia Gary Chan.

“The Nokia X would be a great device for Filipinos with Fastlane, signature Nokia experiences and a number of third party apps, in addition to a sturdy and attractive build at an affordable price”, Holub said.

Nokia Philippines General Manager Karel Holub Nokia Head of Pan Asia Gary Chan
Nokia executives Mike Smith, Karel Holub, and Gary Chan
Aside from the budget price, the Nokia X also offers the HERE offline maps, free music-streaming service NokiaMix, and the OneDrive cloud storage.

Nokia X Specifications

Nokia X Specifications

The Nokia X is now available for P5,990 in major stores all around GMA in the Philippines.

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