In terms of design, the smartphone provides a perfect blend of typical Android outlook with the shell of Nokia’s Asha and Lumia range. The home screen navigation is highly supported by the single button on the front panel of the screen.

The phone is not a pure Android gadget but run a variant of this operating system. Nokia has taken the open-source elements of Android and added elements of Asha and Microsoft's Windows Phone to offer its users a different experience. Installation of third party apps is permitted in this handset.

1GHz dual-Core processor and 512MB of RAM go along well with each other. The 4-inch display manages to play 720p HD videos and that too without any disturbance or noise. The 3MP rear camera is good enough if we talk about budget Android smartphones.

Keeping in mind the specifications that Nokia is providing with its X handset, the device seems a little overpriced. But the trust that Indian mobile enthusiasts have portrayed in the company last year, is expected to boost the sale of this device.