Nokia might have sold its mobile division to Microsoft but it still owns a technology division and it is this division which has come up with a hardware product. The Nokia N1 Android tablet.
This is the first hardware product Nokia has launched after it was acquired by Microsoft. It is really surprising to see Nokia enter the tablet market under it own branding.
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Nokia X Android smartphone with Dual Sim finally arrived in markets today and India was the first country to get hands on this mid range Android smartphone.
Nokia X is priced at 8,599 rupees(US $141) in India where mid range smartphones are doing pretty well. Smartphones in the range of 7,000-15,000 rupees have a great demand in the Indian market and Nokia is hoping to rule this segment.
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Nokia made the shift from Windows to Android and has revealed its much awaited Nokia X Android Phone at Mobile World Congress 2014 in Barcelona.
There was so much hype and as many leaks regarding this Android Phone and now it has finally been revealed at MWC 2014 by Stephen Elop.
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Nokia is all set to launch its first Android-powered smartphone in an event at Mobile World Congress 2014 in Barcelona on February 24.
The event will start at 11:30 p.m. PT on Sunday (or 8:30 a.m. Monday in Barcelona) where we will witness the launch of Android-powered smartphone code-named Normandy, the Nokia X.
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Nokia X, aka Nokia Normandy is Nokia’s first phone running Android OS and the specs are reported to have leaked on a Vietnamese website.
There are many rumors flying around saying that the Nokia X will join the Asha series in India according to GoAndroid or that it will be dual-sim phone.
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Nokia is working on a secret project to build their own Android phone. The project is codenamed Normandy. But this secret was confirmed when the well known leaker @evleaks leaked the UI screens of the Normandy project.
According to the reports, it is a dual-sim low-end phone with a customized flavor of Android. The fate of this project is unknown because of Nokia’s acquisition by Microsoft. It is unsure whether this Nokia Android phone will see the light.
Nokia Here Maps, a navigation app for iPhone and iPad users, was removed by Nokia from the iOS App Store.
Nokia blames the recent changes to iOS 7 for the removal of the app. They believe it hinders the user experience. Users can still use the mobile version at m.here.com.
If users search for the Here Maps now on the App Store, they are going to be disappointed to see the message saying “It’s no longer available.”
A Nokia spokesperson told CNET:
We don’t want to blame Apple or iOS 7 — the app simply was not optimized for iOS 7 so we decided to remove it.
Nokia Lumia 1320, which was announced at Nokia World 2013 in Abu Dhabi in October, will go on sale in China from today. It will also start selling in other parts of Asia like Taiwan, Hong Kong and Singapore in the coming week.
The Lumia 1320 sports a 6-inch Gorilla Glass screen and is less than 1cm thick. The touch is very sensitive for glove use and is a real delight to move things on this large screen.
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