Low resolution. Less than 1gb of ram. Low ppi. little storage. nonsense!
Anonymous, 02 Mar 2014please conform the releasing date in indiaWhether tis product work effectively wen compared to samsung
india is also grat place for market we have asia largest market gafar and i want knew about when was it is lunchinging in ondia
Ahmed, 28 Feb 2014when it come in pakistan. love nokia hmmmno come in pakistan
I think it makes sense for them to release Android phones in their biggest markets combined with the Android's biggest markets.. Especially in countries like China and India to test the waters..
I don't think ANY country will complain if these crappy devices do not reach their shoures....
I think Nokia are just testing the water with a crappy android to see what the reactions are and what mistakes they've made before they make a cracking top end device. I still think they should release in those countries albeit in small quantities
I think they got their priorities right this time. Hard to make an impact in the US with these phones. They will do great in Asia Pacific. Smart move to let the X series run their own race, in this way they don't risk being compared with the $500+ flag ships as budget phones almost always and up feeling like a compromise, where all the good bits have been shaved off! People also know that Nokia never compromises on solid build quality no matter how cheap their phones are! Also don't forget that Nokia are still dominating this price bracket and many still prefer their phones before budget androids from other manufacturer. It is hard even to find "noname" phones that can match the specs of these Nokia's!