Nokia debuted the result of their first attempt on an Android platform, Nokia X at MWC last week along with its siblings Nokia XL and Nokia X+. Now it seems like that Nokia is going to make it available for their fans, as it is up for sale in Malaysia. Nokia has announced the device through the Malaysian retailer store Storekini.com, for RM 399 (around $120).
The main focusing point of the device is of course its OS, the Nokia X runs on a forked Android version. It features a 4-inch WVGA display with 800 x 480 pixels resolution and it comes with 1 GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processing power backed by 512 MB of RAM. It also sports 4GB of internal storage, 5 MP rear camera and 1,500 mAh battery.
As we noted earlier, Nokia X is coming with a customized Android version, and it won’t support Google Play. Rather Nokia is offering their own Android store that rocks with a combo of its own and Microsoft’s apps.
In a related news Nokia X allegedly listed in India in an online retailer store. The Mobilestore.in is listed the device for a price of Rs.8,500 in India. The e-retailer promised to start deliver the device from March 15 onwards. However the deal didn’t seem to be an official one, and there are no words from Nokia India regarding the availability of the device. But it is expected to be available in India soon, where there is a high demand for the budget devices.
Check out the complete specifications of Nokia X here.