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Nokia X A110 photo gives us first peek at new UI


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For a company that purposefully steered away from Android, Nokia sure is making a lot of fuss about its upcoming Android phone.

The device in question, the Nokia X A110, was caught in China. It's supposed to join the Asha line and it looks the part – it has a single back button below the screen. That's because the A110 will run a customized version of Android.

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Nokia X A110 spy photos

The UI certainly looks quite different – obviously inspired by Windows Phone's live tiles. The Store shortcut will lead to an separate app repository (not the Play Store) but so far little is known about it.

Nokia will also be replacing Google's Maps with its own HERE suite and the Nokia X A110 will come with a free navigation license for one country. Nokia also has its own music service, so we'll probably be seeing that too.

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Heavily customized Android with Nokia services replacing Google's

Anyway, this is clearly the dual-SIM version of the phone, but there will be a single-SIM option too and there should be a minimal price difference between the single and dual-SIM models.

Meanwhile, Nokia's Weibo account posted another teaser image – this time it features a UFO (with the ubiquitous green X) abducting a puppy. Hopefully, the idea behind these images will be explained when Nokia unveils the X at the Mobile World Congress in less than a week.

Source : http://www.gforgames.com/gadgets/nokia-x-live-photos-40525/

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Will it allow for direct apk downloads? The lack of app store access shouldn't be a problem if it allows for installs from direct apk downloads from developers' sites or elsewhere. Nothing we haven't been doing on Windows for the past couple of decades.

But if it doesn't work that way, then this is well and truly a case of way too little, a bit too late ;)

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Will it allow for direct apk downloads? The lack of app store access shouldn't be a problem if it allows for installs from direct apk downloads from developers' sites or elsewhere. Nothing we haven't been doing on Windows for the past couple of decades.

But if it doesn't work that way, then this is well and truly a case of way too little, a bit too late ;)

Of course, it will allow for that, (if it isn't self, there will be away out). There are lots of uncover stories concerning this device. let wait for the official launch and then finally we can judge.

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