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Nokia finally unveils three Android phones

Nokia has finally introduced its first ever Android smartphones, based on a modified version of the Android, called Android open source project (AOSP), for the X series.

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Nokia has finally introduced its first ever Android smartphones, based on a modified version of the Android, called Android open source project (AOSP), for the X series.

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Nokia X smartphone and its Nokia X+ and Nokia XL brothers, although they're not the regular Android devices users would expect.

Nokia's X range of smartphones run Android applications, Microsoft services and signature Nokia experiences like Here maps. Nokia X comes with a 4 inch screen and 3MP camera whereas XL has a 5 inch screen and 5 MP camera.

It is for the first time that Nokia has come out with a phone which has Android-based applications. This is a move by the company in order to get a pie of the Android phone market.

Apart from the X range of phones, Nokia also introduced one Internet enabled entry level phone for euro 29 and a Asha range of phone for euro 45, which will be available in the market immediately.

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