Nokia X officially lands in the Philippines for Php5,990

Nokia X officially lands in the Philippines for Php5,990

Nokia Philippines officially launched the Nokia X yesterday, just a little over 2 weeks after it was first announced in MWC Barcelona last February 24.

It’s by far the fastest release from announcement we’ve ever seen.


Running on a Nokia X Platform 1.0 which is a derivative of Android 4.1.2, the Nokia X supports around 75% of all Android apps available in Google Play Store (although the handset runs on its own Nokia App Store).

Nokia X specs:
4.0-inch IPS LCD display @ 800×480 pixels, 233ppi
Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 1.0GHz dual-core
4GB internal storage
up to 32GB via microSD
Single-SIM (micro-SIM) or Dual-SIM
3G/HSPA 7.2Mbps
WiFi 802.11 b/g/n
Bluetooth 3.0 + HS
3MP rear camera
115.5 x 63 x 10.4mm
128.7 grams
Li-Ion 1,500mAh
Nokia X software platform 1.0

The Nokia X has a suggested retail price of Php5,990.

You can read more about our first impressions here and some more details about the Nokia X Platform here.

Abe is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of YugaTech. You Can follow him on Twitter @abeolandres.

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11 Responses

  1. Easy E says:

    by next week may ‘live’ demo units na sila sa stores? O meron na ngayun?

  2. Rona says:

    What I’m concerned about is its durability. Touchscreen android phones have usually been known to be fragile.

    However, Nokia’s touchscreen Lumia, proved to be a Nokia after all. Sobrang tibay. Matibay din kaya ito? Kahit low specs basta matibay, I’ll buy. Haha.

    • edwaine says:

      Ilang beses ko nang nabagsak ang Lumia 1020 ko pati Lumia 620(Already sold it), and they proved to me that they are durable. Hope that this units too are the same.

    • Mir says:

      nabagsak ko n rin ng ilang beses ung 1020 ko pti ung 625 pro hnd nbasag. ngkacrack ng maliit lng ung 1020 ko dhil facedown na naidabog sa metal .pro prng hair lng ung crack n hnd mkita.

  3. suigeneris says:

    Just got this one earlier at ATC. Still going through the paces of relearning android through Nokia’s UI. Hehe. So far okay naman siya. Top notch build.

  4. sensespeak says:

    Sir, have you found a way to sync Google contacts with the Nokia X line of phones without having to root the device? I would be very interested to own one if you show us how to. Thank you! :)

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  6. Johan Kessler says:

    Wish Nokia would just own up to their Biggest Mistake Ever (going with Windows) and go full-on Android–which is what they should have done from Day One–not some dipping-the-toe-in-the-waters half-baked semi-proprietary version.
    When (if) that day comes, I will again consider buying a Nokia.

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