IMHO, if they want it to be unique, they should not follow others & make it with different form factor.
ie: touch & type form factor, just like Nokia E6 or Nokia 303
FromChinaWithLove, 02 May 2014Nokia really should've just stick with WP only. With the all feature this phone got, Nokia jus... moreThey might do that in the future. But currently WP 8 can't run on a cortex-A5 CPU, support dual Sims, or support on screen buttons. At least not until WP 8.1 arrives in June 2014. I think that is why Microsoft and Nokia choose Android, because even older versions of Android supported all those features and more. Android also gives you the ability to even change the UI. That's why the UI for Nokia X devices looks like WP UI. Not to mention they only run Microsoft's apps and services with none of Google's apps or services to be found on them.
It still has a really low end Qualcomm dual core Cortex-A5 processor with a really low end adreno 203 GPU. Right there alone, this should tell everyone how low end of a device this unit really is.
First website to give a complete review for Nokia XL. Thx. A great review giving answers to everything. Gr8 job. Getting a green one soon.
Nokia really should've just stick with WP only. With the all feature this phone got, Nokia just switch back to windows instead of android. This one will sell better than 521( or even the upcoming 635 for t-mobile). I don't care if the CPU on the 635 is better than the XL. $150 for a 5"screen, 5MP camera with flash and front facing camera, + 7XX ram running on windows phone 8. It the best deal.