Nokia has unveiled its third Android phone, Nokia XL at the ongoing Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona. The MWC show is where most of the mobile devices of the year are seen first.
After unveiling two Android devices, Nokia X and Nokia X+, the Finnish company has introduces a third in the Android series, the Nokia XL is a bigger 5-inch Android device (compared to the 4-inch X and X+) with a 1GHz dual-core Snapdragon processor, 768MB of RAM, 4GB of internal storage, 5MP rear camera and a 2MP front facing camera.
Same as the X and X+, it has dual Sim capability and there will be no Google services or Play store, meaning you’ll have to access apps through Nokia’s store and other third-party Android markets
Swiping from right to left on the lock screen takes you to the homescreen on the Nokia XL, which is made up of a series of tiles similar to Windows Phone. Users will also get 10GB of free storage to the OneDrive cloud service for storing their files online.
The Nokia XL will be available in early Q2 for €109. The phone will start making its debut in growing markets, but Stephen Elop didn’t specify which ones