Nokia has finally introduced the X Family, which are the first series of Android-powered Nokia phones ever made. The X Family consists of three phones so far: The X, X+, and the big XL. The handsets all run on Open Source Android Project, which means you will be able to install the hundreds of thousands of android applications being created all around the world by Third Parties. The X Family does not look anything like the ordinary android phones, though. With the outside appearance specialized for Nokia, the appearance of the inside still looks like the arrangement of Nokia Windows Phones, with unique layouts and a variety of colors. 

The X Family General Specifications:


The outstanding feature of the X Family is that they run on Open Source Android Project, which serve Nokia and Microsoft. This means you are no longer obliged to deal with Google services in order to have an Android phone. This can be quite a jump for Nokia, because it still has the unique attractive appearance, PLUS the most common OS.


The X is the smallest of the family. With a 800x480 display, 512 MB RAM, rear camera, and dual SIM card slots, the X is the cheapest Nokia Android phone for only 89 Euros. Because of the cheap price and the normal capabilities of this phone, it seems to be targeted at the developing communities that care much about the price.
The X+, has all the abilities of the X, plus a 4 GB micro SD and an increase of 256 MB RAM. The slight difference makes it slightly more expensive with the price of only 99 Euros.
The XL truly outstands the other two, though. With a 800x480 display, rear AND front camera, and all the other characteristics mentioned for the other two, the XL is leading the way of Nokia Android phones. 


The X Family comes in a beautiful signature Nokia design, with bright happy colors that have a satisfying variety. These phones also offer many free applications and services such as free music streaming, free offline maps from HERE, and free satellite navigation with HERE Drive. Along with those comes the most popular Microsoft services like Skype, OneDrive and