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Nokia launch its first ever Android phones – X, X+ and XL – Daily Mail

Nokia launch its first ever Android phones – X, X+ and XL – Daily Mail

Nokia launch its first ever Android phones – X, X+ and XL – Daily Mail
News from Nokia launch its first ever Android phones – X, X+ and XL – Daily Mail:

  • Nokia X, X+ and XL are the first handsets from the Finnish firm to run the Android operating system
  • The X and X+ have 4-inch screens while the XL is 5-inch
  • The Nokia X costs 89 euros, the X+is 99 euros and the XL is 109 euros
  • The X is available now and the X+ and XL go on sale from April
  • Will be sold alongside Nokia’s budget Asha range running Windows
  • Includes the new Asha 230 announced at the same event, worth 45 euros
  • Android is the most popular operating system worldwide

By Victoria Woollaston In Barcelona

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Nokia has officially launched its first Android handsets – the much-rumoured Nokia X, the X+ and XL – at an event in Barcelona.

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