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Nokia X Dual Sim Specs

Release Date in Hong Kong
ModelX Dual Sim
DateJul 2014
Processor frequency1 GHz
Processor familyQualcomm Snapdragon
Processor modelS4
Processor cores2
Display diagonal10.2 cm (4")
Display resolution800 x 480 pixels
Orientation sensorYes
Display typeLCD
Display number of colours16.78 million colors
Aspect ratio15:9
Touch technologyDual-touch
Touchscreen typeCapacitive
Pixel density233 ppi
Ports & interfaces
USB portYes
USB connector typeMicro-USB B
USB version2.0
Headphone connectivity3.5 mm
Charging connectorYes
Weight & dimensions
Weight128.7 g
Width63 mm
Depth10.4 mm
Height115.5 mm
SIM card capabilityDual SIM
SIM card typeMicroSIM
2G standardsGPRS,GSM
Wi-Fi standards802.11b,802.11g,Wi-Fi 4 (802.11n)
3G bands supported900,2100 MHz
RAM capacity0.5 GB
Internal storage capacity4 GB
Compatible memory cardsMicroSD (TransFlash)
Maximum memory card size32 GB
Position locationYes
Assisted GPS (A-GPS)Yes
GPS (satellite)Yes
Wi-Fi positioningYes
Operating system installedNokia X 1.2
Rear camera typeSingle camera
Rear camera flashNo
Auto focusYes
Rear camera resolution (numeric)3 MP
Optical sensor size25.4 / 5 mm (1 / 5")
Digital zoom4x
ISO sensitivity100,200,400
Video recordingYes
Maximum frame rate30 fps
Video capture resolution (max)2048 x 1536 pixels
Auto exposureYes
Battery capacity1500 mAh
Talk time (3G)10.5 h
Standby time (3G)408 h
Talk time (2G)13.3 h
Standby time (2G)672 h
Browsing time (Wi-Fi)4.7 h
Continuous audio playback time26 h
Continuous video playback time8.4 h
Browsing time4.5 h
Form factorBar
Product colourBlack,Red
FM radioYes
Audio formats supported3GPP,AAC,AMR,MIDI,MP3,MP4
Video formats supported3GP,MP4
Image formats supportedBMP,GIF,JPEG XR,PNG,WBMP
Voice codecsAMR-NB,AMR-WB,EFR,FR,G.711,G.722,G.722.1,HR
Subscription typeNo subscription

Reviews of Nokia X Dual Sim
Reviewed on 2014-06-23
When I returned from Computex a few weeks ago, I picked up the box of the next review unit in the waiting line. It was the Nokia X , the company's first Android-powered phone from a new product segment meant to slot in between the low-end Asha feature pho...
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Reviewed on 2014-06-23
Fastlane is interesting.
Outdated hardware leads to atrocious performance. Fixedfocus camera is terrible. Forking Android was a huge mistake. No reason to buy over competing products.
When I returned from Computex a few weeks ago, I picked up the box of the next review unit in the waiting line. It was the Nokia X, the company's first Android phone meant to slot in between the low-end Asha feature phones and Lumia smartphones. Despite r...
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Reviewed on 2014-06-02
Well built, Decent battery life, Voice quality is high, Dual-SIM support, Storage expandable, Here Maps and MixRadio (free of charge), Bright display with good brightness distribution but...
bleeding issues, Black value is high, Old Android version, Mediocre performance, No access to the Play Store - apps are limited, Not a lot of RAM
The Nokia X is a compact smartphone with dual-SIM technology . The colorful phone can be purchased in either blue, green, red, yellow, white, and black. The series - in addition to the X+ and XL - was introduced during the Mobile World Congress 2014 in Ba...
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Reviewed on 2014-05-07
Reasonable hardware for the price, Battery life is good for most tasks
Poor performance and responsiveness, No access to Google services, Can't multitask from apps, Mediocre call quality
For a company now under Microsoft's rule, Nokia has serious grit. The phone maker announced an Android phone called the X just two months before completing its merger with Microsoft. Even more intriguing is the fact that this is no run-of-the-mill Android...
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Reviewed on 2014-04-29
The Nokia X is as well built as you'd expect from this company, and its battery easily lasts for a day and a half. The dual-SIM feature can be useful
This low-end phone is sluggish and at times, responds very slowly to your touch. The ugly UI doesn't help much with the user experience either. You'll need to do some work importing your contacts if they're stored in the cloud, and the Nokia Store lacks s...
Rumors of Nokia making an Android smartphone had been churning for a long time. Finally, at Mobile World Congress in March, the Finnish company unveiled a new range of phones, the X, X+ and XL , aimed at those who can't afford hundreds of dollars or pound...
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Reviewed on 2014-04-23
Solid build quality, removable battery and some excellent Nokia apps such as HERE Maps and MixRadio. Screen is bright and colorful despite its pretty low resolution.
Weighty and a little uninspiring on the design front. Laggy when performing even basic tasks. Nokia Store is woefully lacking in apps and having only a back button leaves a confusing user experience at times
Sure, it's Android running on the Nokia X. But it's Android in a form unlike any other we've seen before. What Nokia introduced that day was its own take on how an Android smartphone should look and feel. The short version; a Windows Phone-inspired homesc...
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Reviewed on 2014-04-17
Solid build, Removable battery and slots for microSD and two SIM cards, Compatibility with most Android apps (sideloaded)
Limited app ecosystem – no Google Play Store, Despite its commendable build, the Nokia X feels a little bit too much like a toy, Performance is not the X's strongest suite, Web browsing is frustrating due to delays in input responsiveness, Overall, the camera produces unsatisfying shots, No flash, No frontfacing camera...
One of the forefathers of the modern phone industry, Nokia is revered by many to this day for the level of build quality of its devices, and yet that didn't help the company when it was caught off guard by the stratospheric surge in demand for smartpho...
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Reviewed on 2014-04-12
For a long while, people have clamored for a Nokia built Android device. They wanted that Nokia build quality, that Nokia look and feel, that Nokia design, and we finally got that at Mobile World Congress… sort of. This past February, Nokia announced thei...
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Reviewed on 2014-04-10
There we go, the first Android smartphone by the company, which was never going to have anything to do with Android. Anyone surprised that the Nokia X has nothing to do with droids as we know them? Good. Thought so. Funny little handset that one - and...
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Reviewed on 2014-03-29
Nokia and Android playing together for the very first time, Sturdy build and vivid hues, Simple and intuitive interface, Most Android apps supported, sideloading is an option too, Nokia's signature services, including Here Maps and MixRadio
Middling specs, No support for Google services, No proper multitasking, Front shooter missing in action, 3MP fixedfocus shooter delivers soso results, A few performance hiccups
"Taking the Nokia X, the brand's first Android-toting smartphone, through its paces" We've seen stranger things happen, but the Nokia X marks a massive shift in the iconic brand's portfolio of offerings. The manufacturer's decision to launch a family of d...
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Reviewed on 2014-03-25
"A lot has been said and written about the Android-toting Nokia X. It's now time to get up close and personal"...
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Reviewed on 2014-03-18
Nokia was rumored to launch an Android based smartphone for over a year, but was later reported to have scrapped the project once Microsoft decided to purchase their Devices and Services division. Now, here we are nearly six months later and there is a No...
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Reviewed on 2014-02-25
Though officially Nokia is calling the operating system the ‘Nokia X Platform' it is software built on the Android Open Source Platform (AOSP), which means that you will be able to install most Android apps on these phones.Nokia will have its own store f...
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