At Mobile World Congress, Nokia unveiled 5 new affordable handsets including a new smartphone family that gives you access to the world of Android apps, benefits from signature Nokia experiences including MixRadio and HERE maps, and offers an introduction to Microsoft’s most popular services such as Skype, OneDrive and Outlook.com.
The Nokia X family of devices features Nokia’s inherent design that’s built to last and boasts a fresh tile-based user interface. It brings mobile Internet and cloud services to millions more people. The unique Fastlane feature provides a smoother way to switch between your favourite apps, which can be downloaded from Nokia store, third party app stores or sideloading.
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