Nokia just announced the Nokia X and Nokia X+ smartphones, the Nokia X+ has the same features as the Nokia X but has a bit more storage. The device has access to AOSP Android applications in addition to a Nokia store for apps. So, if you want other apps, you can simply install them by side-loading them using a microSD card, Nokia said.
The homescreen looks sort of like Windows Phone, and you can customize it by tapping and holding a tile and moving it around. That’s similar to what we see on Nokia’s Lumia devices. Likewise, the homescreen is where you’ll find most of your apps, and Mix Radio, OneDrive, Skype and other services are pre-installed, as is BBM, Vine, and a few games. Folders and widgets are also supported.