At MWC, Nokia announced two new Android devices called Nokia X and Nokia X+. Both these devices are based on Android AOSP, so people can get access to thousands of Android apps. These devices comes with all exclusive Nokia apps like Nokia HERE Maps, Nokia MixRadio and Microsoft services like Skype, Outlook, OneDrive and more.
Nokia is also enabling users to sideload Android apps using SD card. Nokia Store will enable users to buy/try apps, also has in-app payments, operator billing and more.
Nokia X comes with 4-inch wVGA, dual-core 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon handset, comes in different colors including bright green, red and yellow, 3MP camera and at an affordable price of €89/$122 (excluding taxes & subsidies). Another main thing is that it is launching immediately, shipping as early as next week.