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Microsoft to kill Android Nokia X and fire 18,000 people in its largest staff lay-off ever

Microsoft to kill Android Nokia X and fire 18,000 people in its largest staff lay-off ever

By 17 July 2014

Microsoft has hinted that it will be cutting up to 18,000 jobs as it lets go nearly 15 per cent of its entire work force. In the same document it was also mentioned that its Android effort with Nokia X devices will also be abandoned. The company has over... >>

Nokia X2 vs Nokia X: What's the difference?

Nokia X2 vs Nokia X: What's the difference?

By 24 June 2014

Nokia has announced the successor to the Nokia X smartphone that launched at MWC this year, bringing a new Android-based smartphone to the entry-level market. The Nokia X2 is a dual-SIM model that is set to come to the market in Q3 of this year and it... >>

Hands-on: Nokia X, X+ and XL review

Hands-on: Nokia X, X+ and XL review

By 24 February 2014

Nokia has revealed the X series as its step towards a more Android-friendly future. Using the Nokia X Software Platform, the X, X+ and XL phones give users access to both Microsoft and Android apps. At super-affordable prices and with a quality Nokia... >>

SwiftKey comes to Nokia X family

SwiftKey comes to Nokia X family

By 24 February 2014

SwiftKey has confirmed that its smart keyboard will be available for the newly announced Nokia X Android smartphone. The new Nokia device runs on Android, bringing with it some of the benefits of the wider Android ecosystem and with SwiftKey being one... >>

Nokia X, X+, XL Android smartphones debut at MWC, Windows Phone who?

Nokia X, X+, XL Android smartphones debut at MWC, Windows Phone who?

By 24 February 2014

Nokia has unveiled the Nokia X, X+, and Nokia X XL smartphones - its first Android devices - at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.  Perhaps seen as sticking two fingers up at Microsoft before the company is owned by the Redmond tech giant in March,... >>

Nokia X Android smartphone photos leaked ahead of MWC, revealing Windows Phone-like UI

Nokia X Android smartphone photos leaked ahead of MWC, revealing Windows Phone-like UI

By 20 February 2014

A look at an "early" build of the Nokia X has surfaced online, it's claimed. BGR has published a set of photos first posted by a forum user on Chinese website Coolxap, claiming they reveal an early Nokia X build. The leaked images show a Windows Phone-like... >>

Nokia teases Nokia X announcement for next week at MWC

Nokia teases Nokia X announcement for next week at MWC

By 18 February 2014

Nokia has begun cryptically teasing its Nokia X smartphone announcement slated for 24 February at Mobile World Congress 2014.  The soon to be Microsoft-owned company is expected to debut the Nokia X smartphone at the tradeshow, marking the first Nokia... >>

Nokia goes green, but just how likely is it to launch a Nokia X Android phone?

Nokia goes green, but just how likely is it to launch a Nokia X Android phone?

By 14 February 2014

Nokia is a tease. It has turned its Facebook and Twitter profiles green, as spotted by UK Mobile Review. Not because it's Valentine's day or in anticipation for St Patrick's day but because, if the rumours are to be believed, it is about to launch an... >>

Nokia's first Android phone to unveil as budget handset at MWC, says latest report

Nokia's first Android phone to unveil as budget handset at MWC, says latest report

By 10 February 2014

Nokia is getting ready to introduce an Android smartphone at Mobile World Congress this month. Nokia's engineers were reportedly developing the Android device before Microsoft acquired Nokia's handset business. The Wall Street Journal reported - citing... >>

Nokia X phone appears with 3-megapixel camera and Android 4.1

Nokia X phone appears with 3-megapixel camera and Android 4.1

By 7 February 2014

Nokia's first Android phone, formerly Normandy but now largely called X, has leaked on the CamSpeed database. The specs are as budget friendly as expected. The forked Android handset is rumoured to feature a 5-megapixel camera but the one tested on CamSpeed... >>