Nokia X Review: Phone Reviews | Telecomfile


Nokia has finally come up with the Android operating system and announced the introductory mobile Nokia X. It is a dual SIM device and suitable for those who travel internationally or those who need number of connections to stay in touch with colleagues, friends and family. As you open the box, you will find some of the manuals, micro USB charging cable and headset. The design and build quality is not as much as that of other Nokia flagship devices but still it has managed to produce a handy design.

The device feels pretty compact and small with a thickness of 10.4 mm. The body gives a rubbery feel and makes it comfortable to hold it in your hand. Ports and physical buttons are similar to that of other Nokia devices. On the top of the phone, there is a 3.5mm headset jack along with micro USB port. The speaker is integrated on the bottom right hand corner. While on the front of the phone, you will find a single back button.

People who love to store large media files will be excited to know that there is a Micro SD card slot that supports up to 32 GB card. Along with it comes a battery of 1500 mAh which would be enough for normal users. Nokia X has a 4 inch display and a dual core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor which is pretty decent for the average users. 4GB of internal storage and 512 MB RAM may get you a little worried about the smoothness of device. The display is quite low in resolution and won’t be meeting your expectations. The device gets quite sluggish as you use daily. Scrolling can be slaggy at times. Messages and dialer are quick to open while third party apps like Facebook, twitter takes several seconds to open.

You have to challenge yourself while typing on Nokia X as the keyboard feels very cramped and inaccurate. Those who type fast will get lower on the speed. The browsing experience is also not as well and it takes hard time to load heavy pages. The games on this device support limited ones that aren’t too heavy on graphics. There won’t be any issue if you play pretty basic games like temple run and fruit ninja.

The user interface is quite similar to windows phone and somewhat it acts like it too. However, the phone supports wide range of Android apps. In conclusion you will not be very much disappointed with the phone if you are first time user of smartphone. Hope to see much better phones from Nokia in the future. 


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