Nokia’s X family of Android smartphones are headlining today’s morning at the MWC 2014. To get people more familiar with the X, X+ and XL, the Finns have launched an official hands-on video where the company details the most important features of the phones.
The trio of Nokia X smartphones are built on top of the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) and feature an interface similar to the Windows Phone 8 one. There’s Nokia Glance Screen, which gives you information of the time and pending notifications without the need to unlock the phone.
As you’ll see on the video, Nokia X, which will be available in six colors, runs Android like a champ and everything runs quite well. However, don’t expect to see anything Google on it, as Nokia and Microsoft have preloaded Skype, OneCloud, Nokia HERE Maps.
The Nokia X+ boasts more RAM than the Nokia X and as a result, the user interface runs a bit smoother. Nokia’s task switcher is based on cards that stack on top of one another, so its easy to switch between apps.
Finally, the Nokia XL with its 5″ WVGA display is the largest of the lot. At the back, it packs an 5MP camera with LED flash. Nokia boasts the phones as super affordable starting at €89, €99, €109 for the Nokia X, Nokia X+ and Nokia XL, respectively.
Check out their performance on camera below.
Also, here’s a couple of Nokia X advertisements to get you even more excited.