Can I install Drastic NDS emulator APK to Nokia XL? Because I'm not sure Drastic will be available to download on Nokia Store. Thanks.
Lumia 520 is way better ,, only difference is that it is having 512 MB Ram And its battery is low ...
whats great in lumia is that it has better camera with 720p recording , 8 Gb internal storage and its cheaper than nokia X .
Rup, 10 Mar 2014As per Nokia the OS platform is Nokia X software platform 1.0 & .Software updates: Firmwa... moreNokia XL is an android powered (4.1 jelly bean os) without google services, to overcome that third party store like yandex store is used. It is a forked version of android with a colabration with android.
In Nokia XL device will be support 720p or 1080p video playback....???
Thanks in advance
If you click the first link under the phone image the MWC one. You'll see the details of the Android based system with nokia / microsoft software.
At the same time you can sideload android apps. Play store wont be officially available but I'm sure someone will make it possible.
Its a very good phone....nd i m waiting of it.....can any1 tell me wen ots releasing....?
it seems a useful option but i m bit concerned abt its front camera, it should be atleast 1 or 2 mega pixels...
As per Nokia the OS platform is Nokia X software platform 1.0 & .Software updates: Firmware Over-the-Air (FOTA). But as per GSMARENA OS platform is Android OS, v4.1.2 (Jelly Bean).
Would I like to know what is the true? Please confirm ASAM. Because I am confuse to by the handset.
Its looks like a brilliant smartphone in budgeted price. I'll love to buy this phone . Can any one tell how much i have to wait for this ?
Nokia X vs Moto G
Design: Both the phones have polycarbonate bodies. While the Motorola Moto G features swappable back covers, the Nokia X flaunts vibrant colors which, like on the Lumia and Asha range, look good. The Moto G is curvy at the corners, while the Nokia X less so. The Nokia X is also lighter at 128 grams as compared to Moto G’s 143 grams.
Moto G waiter resistant vs Nokia X nothing
Display: The Nokia X uses a 4-inch WVGA (480×800 pixels) display while the Motorola Moto G features a 4.5-inch HD (1280×720 pixels) screen. Given the better resolution, the Moto G (326ppi) has a much better pixel density than the Nokia X (233ppi).
Hardware: The Nokia X is powered by a dual-core 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 SoC and 512MB of RAM, while the Motorola Moto G leaps ahead with a 1.2GHz Snapdragon 400 SoC with 1GB of RAM. While it clearly has more processing chops, it lags behind the X as far as storage is concerned. In comparison to the 8GB/16GB memory on the Moto G, the Nokia X gets 4GB internally that can be expanded up to 32GB using a microSD card.
Moto G can use OTA memory stick or OTA adaptor for external memory up to 3 Go.
Software: The prime difference between the two phones is their operating systems. The Moto G runs Android 4.4 KitKat and offers everything that an Android phone does and a bit more. The X, on the other hand, runs on the Nokia X OS, which is essentially a forked version of Android.
Unlike the Moto G, it may not have access to Google’s services and suite of apps like the Play Store, Gmail or Google Maps, but it does boast a selection of apps from Nokia and Microsoft to replace them. As for the app marketplace, the Nokia X gets its own Nokia store and with support for third party stores like Yandex, most of the regular Android apps can be downloaded too. Also, developers can bring in their Android apps to Nokia X by replacing Google API with Nokia’s.
In terms of the UI, the Moto G is the closest you can get to enjoying pure Android without owning a Nexus or a Google Play Edition device. The Nokia X, on the other hand, looks like a Windows Phone with Live Tiles on the homepage as well as FastLane for multi-tasking.
Camera: The Nokia X uses a 3-megapixel rear facing camera, which can record 480p videos at 30fps. The Moto G, on the other hand, features a 5-megapixel camera and 720p video (also at 30fps). The Moto G also boasts a 1.3-megapixel secondary camera at the front, something the Nokia X does not.
Battery: The Nokia X’s smaller battery (1,500mAh) loses to Motorola Moto G’s non-removable 2,070mAh unit, which can last the day on a single charge. But it remains to be seen how efficiently Nokia X uses its power, given that Nokia has had a good record in the past as far as efficient power usage is concerned.
Both devices support dual-SIM and are 3G-ready. The Motorola Moto G is one of the best phones in its price range, and certainly utilizes Android’s capabilities to the best. The Nokia X is a very different phone! Not only is it Nokia’s first foray into Android, its positioning close to the Asha range defines the phones role too. It might be down on specs, but it offers a lot that’s yet unheard of, from the Finnish manufacturer. The Moto G retails for close to Rs 12,500 for the 8GB version, the Nokia X does for Rs 8,599.