Nokia has unveiled its first three Android smartphones after several turbulent years that saw the Finnish manufacturer lose its top spot in the mobile market as Google’s free OS became the biggest mobile software in the world.All three Android phones by Nokia – X, X+ and XL – run on a ‘customized’ version of Android operating system and will not have access to Play Store. Nokia XL, the biggest of the three new smartphones, has a 5-inch screen, 768MB RAM, 5MP auto-focus camera with LED flash on the back and 2MP front camera and costs 109 euros.Smartphones with  latest Android OS, Kitat, at least a 1GB RAM, a 8 megapixel camera with HD Display are available in india for the same price from indian manufacturers and Nokia have to fight hard and have to update its hardware and have to be more userfriendly if it want to taste success in india with Nokia X series smartphones as it entered very late in smartphones market which have android OS.

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