mandeep, 13 Mar 2014How about mobile voip and viber in nokia x? Reply pls friends. TnxHaven't downloaded viber but Skype call is clear
manas, 13 Mar 2014Pls say can i minimize the downloadYes minimize download but only in Nokia browser
manas, 13 Mar 2014Pls say can i minimize the downloadYes but only in Nokia browser
AKS, 13 Mar 2014No one has given feedback yet that whatsapp is working or not.Whats app and all apps are working perfectly
vaibhav H, 13 Mar 2014There was no preinstalled whatsapp like facebook. The big problem is its not available via STO... morePlease download 1mobile market from store then you will find all apps from that store
I think no with adreno 203 graphics,their 5mp camera also not supported hd video,because 203..
Please any one can tell me what is the advantages and disadvantages of no Google service
Anonymous, 13 Mar 2014Does it support mx player?Yes it does support MX Player
does the coming x series of Nokia ie. nokia x+ & nokia xl supports all the apps as like other android phone ???
Anonymous, 13 Mar 2014Does it support mx player?this mobile can be use some launcher
AKS, 13 Mar 2014No one has given feedback yet that whatsapp is working or not.There was no preinstalled whatsapp like facebook. The big problem is its not available via STORE link present in the phone. Finally i had to transfer it using SHARE APP from other phone!! Bt its working fine once installed....
Anonymous, 12 Mar 2014If you wanted to get android but a true android phone. There are many from Samsung, Sony, and... moreIt's good when you consider the $150-200 price tag. It's hard to beat this offer when oh-so-many Google Android devices in this price range are equipped with single core chips with poor graphics. Not everybody lives in the US with cheap Nexus family on sale, ya know. And technically, Nokia didn't trick/fool people; it does run Android, but NOT Google's Android.
The only other device competitive (with my region's pricing) is the Lumia 520, with a dual-core Krait and a 5MP camera(it's way better, but uses Windows Phone so there are tradeoffs until MS closes the app gap)