Nokia just announced the Nokia XL, an Android smartphone with a 5-inch display and a 5-megapixel camera with flash and auto-focus. It also has a 2-megapixel front-facing camera. The Nokia XL will launch in early Q2 for 109 Euros. Nokia said it will be available broadly around the world starting in growth markets.
The company didn’t dive deep into many specs and features, but we’ll be sure to get you as much information as we can soon. The key point to take away, though, is that these Android devices are going to be used as portals to get people on Microsoft services, such as OneDrive and Skype, while using Android instead of Windows Phone to do so. It appears Microsoft supports the efforts to some degree: 10GB of OneDrive comes free, as does a month of Skype.