The Nokia X (W89) and X+ (W99) are two very similar budget from Nokia running Android. Yes, you read that right.
Nokia W89and Nokia W99 are dual-SIM phones that come with 4-inch 480×800 displays and are powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 dual-core 1GHz processor. Both have identical 4 GB internal storage, with expandable microSD card support up to 32 GB, and are powered by a 1500mAh battery. The(W89) smartphones comes with 512 MB of RAM, while the Nokia(W99) comes with 768 MB of RAM. All phones have a rear camera with 3 megapixels but no front photographer. They are powered by a battery with 1500 mAh.Their design looks very similar to Nokia s Asha range: square, chunky, and with six colours available. At 10.4mm and 129g they feel a little brick-like, too.
The 4in (480×800) screens are basic, but getting an IPS panel is surprising at this price. Inside the Nokia W89 and W99 is a dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 chip, plus 512MB (X) or 768MB (X+) of RAM.
It sounds stingy, but o ered smooth performance during our hands-on testing. Both models have just 4GB of internal storage, but a microSDHC slot lets you add an extra 32GB.
The Android OS has been heavily customised, looking very similar to Windows Phone, and it doesn’t o er access to Google Play.