You’ve seen the world’s first Android-based Nokia smartphone, the Nokia X, and are intrigued by what it can do. This is, after all, a Nokia smartphone running on the open-sourced AOSP – we’ve already seen someone running Nova Launcher on it, and we’re sure there are plenty more tinkering done beyond that from others.
Want to be a part of it? You’re in luck, because Nokia Malaysia is giving away four units of the Nokia X to the Lowyat.NET forum community.
The Nokia X, launched in Malaysia last month for RM399, is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 dual-core 1GHz processor with 512MB of RAM, and sports a 4-inch 480 x 800 display, There’s 4GB of internal storage, while the Nokia X also supports up to 32GB microSD cards. As for the camera, the dual-SIM device packs a 3MP fixed-focus sensor.
Of course, the most interesting aspect would be its software: the Nokia X runs on a version of Android based on the Android Open Sourced Project (AOSP), while its UI is heavily influenced from Windows Phone and the Asha Platform’s Fastlane UI. The Nokia X Platform – as the operating system is called – has its own app store too, though savvy users can install other third-party Android app stores.
Want to win one of these devices for yourself? Nokia Malaysia has collaborated with Storekini to give away four units of the Nokia X to deserving forum members. They will be selecting one winner per week based on entries submitted on the Nokia X thread, where Nokia representatives will be choosing the best entry for the week to win one unit of the Nokia X. Winners will be selected based on their posts’ quality, which is determined by the information shared, product knowledge and overall usefulness of the post. This giveaway will commence from this week for the next four weeks, and a Storekini representative will also be on hand to respond to queries on the thread itself.
So, ready to contribute to the community and be in the running to win the Nokia X? Head on to the Nokia X thread now!