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Nokia X
NokiaX 01.jpg
Brand Nokia
Manufacturer Nokia, later Microsoft Mobile[1][2]
Slogan Your Fastlane to Android apps.[1]
Series Nokia X family
Compatible networks (GSM/GPRS/EDGE): 850, 900, 1,800 and 1,900 MHz
3G (HSDPA 7.2 Mbit/s, HSUPA 5.76 Mbit/s): 900 and 2,100 MHz
Availability by country 24 February 2014
Discontinued 17 July 2014[3]
Successor Nokia X2
Type Touchscreen Smartphone
Form factor Slate
Dimensions 115.5 mm (4.55 in) H
10.4 mm (0.41 in) W
73.2 mm (2.88 in) D.
Weight 128.7 g (4.54 oz)
Operating system

Nokia X platform (Modified Android Jelly Bean 4.1.2[4])

  • Multi-touch capacitive touchscreen display, up to 2 fingers
System on chip Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Play MSM8225
CPU 1.0 GHz dual-core
GPU Adreno 203
Memory 512 MB RAM (768 MB in Nokia X+ and XL)
Storage 4 GB
Removable storage microSD up to 32 GB
Battery Li-ion 1500 mAh
Display 4.0 in (10 cm)
800×480 px IPS WVGA (233 PPI)
Rear camera 3 MP fixed focus

The Nokia X was a mid-tier smartphone announced as part of the Nokia X family in February 2014, running on the Nokia X platform. The device shipped on the same day as the unveiling, with Nokia targeting the product for emerging markets. It is currently sold and maintained by Microsoft Mobile. On 17 July 2014, Microsoft announced that it would discontinue the line,[5] but would revive its model number as a new Lumia product to be announced at MWC 2015.[citation needed]

The X was previously under development known as Normandy,[6] Project N,[7] the Asha on Linux project[8] and MView.[9]


Stephen Elop unveiling the phone at MWC 2014
Home screen

The phone was unveiled by Stephen Elop at the 2014 Mobile World Congress, Barcelona.[when?] Contrary to previous leaks, two variants, Nokia X[10] and Nokia X+[11] were released, with the Nokia X+ having 768 MB of RAM, as opposed to 512 MB of RAM, as well as with a microSD card included in the box.[12]

A third phone, the Nokia XL, was announced, with a larger screen, front-facing camera, rear flash, and longer battery runtime.[13]

Very soon after release, a developer had rooted the device, and enabled the installation of Google's apps and services.[14]


The Nokia X was heavily criticized for not having a home button, but the error is being fixed in the next Nokia X phones.[15] The newly introduced Nokia X2 had fixed this.


In an interview with Forbes, former HMD Global CEO Arto Nummela stated that analysis showed that the Nokia X series became surprisingly popular with users of high end Samsung and Apple smartphone devices, despite the fact that it was a mid to low end device family.[16]


  1. ^ a b "Nokia X Dual SIM - Affordable dual SIM smartphone with Android™ apps - Nokia". Nokia Corporation. Retrieved 5 August 2014. 
  2. ^ Carey, Bridget (25 April 2014). "Goodbye Nokia phones, hello Microsoft Mobile - CNET". CNET. Archived from the original on 25 August 2014. Retrieved 5 August 2014. 
  3. ^ Jesdanun, Anick (18 July 2014). "Axed Nokia X phones suffered from lack of identity". Global News. The Associated Press. Retrieved 16 January 2018. 
  4. ^ "Nokia X rooted, Google Apps installed to make it more useful". Retrieved 2014-03-04. 
  5. ^ Warren, Tom (17 July 2014). "Microsoft kills off its Nokia Android phones | The Verge". The Verge. Retrieved 5 August 2014. 
  6. ^ Blass, Evan (23 January 2014). "Twitter / evleaks: Project Normandy = Nokia X". Twitter. Retrieved 5 August 2014. 
  7. ^ Blass, Evan (11 December 2013). "Twitter / evleaks: FYI (and in case you hadn't ..." Twitter. Retrieved 5 August 2014. 
  8. ^ Thurrott, Paul (12 December 2013). "Nokia Reportedly Eyeing Android as a Replacement for Asha | Paul Thurrotts WinInfo content from Windows IT Pro". Retrieved 5 August 2014. 
  9. ^ Warren, Tom (13 September 2013). "Nuclear options: Microsoft was testing Surface Phone while Nokia experimented with Android | The Verge". The Verge. Retrieved 5 August 2014. 
  10. ^ Global  Change country. "X Dual SIM - Affordable dual SIM smartphone with Android apps". Nokia. Retrieved 2014-02-25. 
  11. ^ Global  Change country. "X+ Dual SIM - Affordable dual SIM smartphone with Android apps". Nokia. Retrieved 2014-02-25. 
  12. ^ Brandom, Russell (2013-09-30). "This is Nokia X: Android and Windows Phone collide". The Verge. Retrieved 2014-02-24. 
  13. ^ "Xtraordinarily xcellent: the Nokia X family - Nokia Conversations : the official Nokia blog". 2013-11-21. Retrieved 2014-02-24. 
  14. ^ Nokia X rooted and Google apps installed; Android is Android - AndroidCentral
  15. ^ Exclusive: Next-gen Nokia X series smartphones to get a dedicated home button | Latest Tech News, Video & Photo Reviews at BGR India
  16. ^

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