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Nokia X Dual SIM / R-980 / A110 / Normandy
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Nokia X Dual SIM / R-980 / A110 / Normandy

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Overall 7

Nokia X – Review

Review guidelines
21 September 2014
  • Summary: Nokia X is only the first step and in view of the investment, Microsoft is a piece that is complementary to the project Lumia. Nokia X does not rely on a proprietary platform Windows Phone and Android app taps into the world to reach out to some specific market segments: those looking for the...
  • Pros: Responsive touchscreen, Dual SIM card, Supplied app level, Limited price.
  • Cons: Speaker audio improvement, Limited camera, Keyboard does not always convenient.
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Overall 2

Nokia X Review

23 June 2014
  • Summary: The Nokia X comes packing a 1,500 mAh, 5.55 Wh removable battery, usually adequate for day-to-day usage of the Nokia X. Due to the generation-old SoC and general low level of performance, the SoC will often have to work quite hard to complete tasks, consuming more power than if it was using a newer,...
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Overall 8
Performance 2
Sound 7
Battery performance 9
Display 8
Weight 9
Noise 10
Gaming performance 7
Connectivity 8
Keyboard 8
Temperature 9
Camera 5

Nokia X Smartphone Review

2 June 2014
  • Summary: Android at last? The Nokia X marks Microsoft Mobile's entry into the Android market. What looks like a turnaround, is not really one at all: with the inexpensive entry-level smartphone, a reworked interface, and a special App Store, Microsoft is trying to lure customers and get them transitioned to...
  • Pros: Well built, Decent battery life, Voice quality is high, Dual-SIM support, Storage expandable, Here Maps and MixRadio (free of charge), Bright display with good brightness distribution but ..., The build quality, the display, and the voice quality are very good considering the price bracket. We al...
  • Cons: ... bleeding issues, Black value is high, Old Android version, Mediocre performance, No access to the Play Store - apps are limited, Not a lot of RAM, Additional applications, better performance, and better stability. The Nokia X Platform Software isn't quite mature enough and stutters frequently.
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Expert Review

Android Authority
12 April 2014
  • Summary: For a long while, people have clamored for a Nokia built Android device. They wanted that Nokia build quality, that Nokia look and feel, that Nokia design, and we finally got that at Mobile World Congress… sort of.
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Nokia X review: Under cover

GSM Arena
10 April 2014
  • Conclusion: There we go, the first Android smartphone by the company, which was never going to have anything to do with Android. Anyone surprised that the Nokia X has nothing to do with droids as we know them? Good. Thought so. Funny little handset that one - and its timing is funnier still.
  • Pros: Quad-band GSM, GPRS, EDGE, Dual-band 3G with HSPA, Optional dual-SIM support, dual standby, Nokia X software platform 1.0, based on the Android Open Source Project, 4" IPS LCD WVGA capacitive touchscreen, ~233 ppi, 1.0 GHz dual-core Cortex-A5 processor, Adreno 203 GPU, Qualcomm MSM8225 Snapdragon...
  • Cons: No Google services (Play, Gmail, Maps, Calendar, Drive), you can't even sync contacts, Fixed-focus camera, No front camera, Budget-grade hardware may result in system bottlenecks, No smart dialing, No document reader
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Nokia X

9 April 2014
  • Excerpt: The Nokia X does run on the Android platform and yes it does support Android apps, but it doesn't feel like you are using an Android smartphone. The heavily customized UI is a bit clunky and needs a lot of improvement.
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Nokia X review: the first born of X

31 March 2014
  • Conclusion: If you are locked to Google and have no intention of leaving, the Nokia X is bad news for you. But the feature phone users that Nokia is targeting with the X are not necessarily hooked on Google services for mobile yet.
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Nokia X Review: An Android Phone Masquerading as Windows

31 March 2014
  • Excerpt: Nokia’s first ever Android smartphone is a step in the right direction Nokia has always had a place in most Filipino’s hearts, especially with yuppies who grew up with the Finnish brand.
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Overall 4

Nokia X review: plenty noise, zero x-factor

29 March 2014
  • Excerpt: Nokia has released some great smartphones in the past couple of years — at least hardware wise. Devices like Lumia 1020 and Lumia 1520 taught everyone else how to make smartphones with image quality rivalling that of dedicated digital cameras.
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Overall 7

Nokia X Review

26 March 2014
  • Summary: Overall, I have to say that using the phone was a mixed bag at the least. I’m very happy that I’m able to use SwiftKey, GoSMS Pro, and Nokia HERE+ in the same device. In concept, the Nokia X UI has some nifty tricks up its sleeves that I’m sure you’ll notice and wish they’re implemented in either...
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