Microsoft Releases Nokia X+ Dual SIM Android Device In India

Nokia X Dual Sim Android

Last week, we reported that Microsoft has started selling their flagship X series device Nokia XL in India. Along with this, Microsoft has also quietly started selling the Nokia X+ Dual Sim device for Rs. 8,399 in India. Microsoft has partnered with Airtel to offer users free unlimited download of Android apps for six months on the Nokia XL Dual SIM. It comes with 4-inch display, Qualcomm S4 Dual core processor, 768MB RAM and 4GB of built-in storage.

Viral Oza, Director Marketing of Microsoft Mobile commented the following,

After receiving a great response with the Nokia X, which introduced the category to this market, we are now bringing the much awaited Nokia XL and X+ to our consumers. Nokia XL, our flagship offering within the Nokia X family, comes packed with a large screen experience with a superlative front camera and a wide array of apps, offering a great Smartphone experience at an affordable price point. This will be further amplified through the X+ which will be simultaneously launched with the XL completing the Nokia X family serving as the perfect introduction to the world of Android apps, , coupled with signature Nokia experiences, and the most popular Microsoft services.

Find the key specs below.

  • Dimensions

    • Height: 115.5 mm
    • Width: 63 mm
    • Thickness: 10.4 mm
    • Weight: 128.7 g
  • Display

    • Display size: 4 ”
    • Display features: Brightness control, Tactile feedback, Orientation sensor, Nokia Glance screen, Screen double tap, Wide viewing angle
  • Photography

    • Main camera sensor: 3 MP
    • Camera resolution: 2048 x 1536 pixels
    • Main camera focus type: Fixed focus
  • Power management

    • Maximum standby time with dual SIM: 17 days
    • Maximum talk time (2G): 13.3 h
    • Processor name: Qualcomm Snapdragon™ S4
    • Maximum talk time (3G): 10.5 h
    • Maximum music playback time: 26 h

     

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  • Guest

    Well if the company decides it had to sell hardware, they may as well sell something that will sell, Android.