Nokia is keeping its promise of ‘coming soon’ at the time of announcing both the Nokia X and Nokia X+ at Mobile World Congress 2014 last month. India, an emerging smartphone market, is one of the primary markets for the Nokia X series.
A press invite to "Xperience a new beginning" has been fired out today, marking March 10, 2014 as the launch of Nokia X in India.
Nokia X was announced with a price of 89 euros, while the Nokia X+ is priced at 99 euros. Let’s see if the pricing in India is reasonable and competitive, and where it stands compared to the Nokia Lumia 520, Nokia’s budget Windows Phone.
The Windows Phone Central crew will be at the press conference to bring in details about the availability, pricing, and other specifics to you. Stay tuned!
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