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Microsoft has updated the software the runs on its alternative brand of smartphones, the Nokia X2, to now support Google services like email and contact sync.
Microsoft has signalled the end of its oddball Nokia X range of Android handsets, as CEO Satya Nadella confirms that "select Nokia X product designs [will] become Lumia products running Windows."
Microsoft has revealed that the first generation of Nokia X smartphones will not be updated to the Nokia X software platform 2.0, which features a slightly revamped UI and new features.
Despite being cheaper than the entry-level Lumia 630 Windows Phone, Nokia's new X2 Android handset actually has better specs in some areas. Check out our side-by-side comparison of the two devices.
Microsoft today announced the Nokia X2, its new Android handset featuring a 4.3-inch display, 1GB of RAM, 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 5MP camera with flash, front-facing camera, and more, for €99.
Surely a handset released in 2014, even if a budget device, couldn't be performing this poorly. Surely Nokia had optimized the X and didn't release a product that felt so unfinished...
Everything indicates that Microsoft is getting ready to launch the second generation of the Android-powered Nokia X handsets. A countdown on Nokia's website points to Monday as the release date.
Following in the footsteps of the Nokia X and XL, the X+ Dual Sim has also finally been launched in India almost three months after the Android family of Nokia devices was announced.
A new report claims that Microsoft Mobile is already developing the next generation versions of its Nokia X Android handsets, and that they will feature a home button for the first time.
As Nokia's devices and services business transitions to Microsoft's care, we take a look back at some of the most significant and interesting handsets from the company's history.
A new rumor from Internet gadget source 'evleaks' points to T-Mobile selling a new Nokia smartphone that has the code name 'Monarch" but no other details were revealed.
Nokia's very first Android-based smartphone has landed in stores, and here's an in-depth review about its performance, usability and all the blasphemous things Nokia did by cheating on Windows Phone.
Nokia announced today that it has already recorded one million pre-orders for its Android-based Nokia X smartphone in China, ahead of its release in that country on March 25th.
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A developer has already found a way to hack into the new Nokia X smartphone, with its forked version of Android, to allow it to access Google's apps and the Play store.
Jyrki Rosenberg, Nokia's vice president of entertainment, claimed in an interview today the company's MixRadio service will be a "key contribution in revitalizing the Microsoft brand"
Nokia's UK Twitter account is poking some fun at Samsung's Galaxy S5 announcement today, while the company's many Twitter feeds are hyping up the Nokia X products with some odd posts.
In a company blog post, Microsoft's Corporate Vice President of Communications Frank X. Shaw said that it was "pleased" that Nokia's Android-based Nokia X is using Microsoft's services.
Nokia has just announced a brand new line of phones, the Nokia X, based on the Android Open Source Project. We answer some of the biggest questions in regards to this surprising move.
The first official videos from Nokia showing off their newly revealed Nokia X family of Android-based smartphones have been posted, showing off many of their features.
Nokia has officially announced plans to release three Android-based smartphones, the Nokia X, the Nokia X + and the Nokia XL, today at its Mobile World Congress press event.
Nokia's official blog has posted up a new teaser logo, offering more proof the company plans to announce the Android-based Nokia X smartphone next week at a press event which will be livestreamed.
A new rumor claims that Nokia is already providing samples of its unannounced Nokia X Android smartphone to developers in India and plans to launch the phone sometime in March.
Another marketing render for the Nokia X, the rumored but much reported Android-based smartphone from the Finland-based company, has been leaked to the Internet via "evleaks".
Nokia's official Twitter and Facebook accounts have now changed their colors to green, similar to the color in Google's Android mascot and logo and ahead of a rumored Android phone launch.
According to the latest info the Nokia X Android handset, code named Normandy, will actually be revealed by the end of this month. The announcement will reportedly take place at MWC in Barcelona
Leaks and rumours about 'Normandy' - known also as the 'Nokia X' - seem to just keep on coming. We take a look at what's been revealed and what to expect from the company's first Android handset.
Hardware specifications for the unannounced Android smartphone from Nokia, reportedly called Nokia X, have been revealed by a prominent source, confirming that it is indeed a low-end device.
A new rumor suggests that Nokia's Android smartphone, which has the code name Normandy, could have the official name Nokia X if and when it is released to the public.