Nokia has revealed two new mobile phones at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2014 in Barcelona.
The Finnish manufacturer has unveiled its much anticipated Android handset, despite its recent deal with Microsoft.
Nokia has launched the Nokia X and Nokia X+, the first was revealed on stage by chief executive Stephen Elop, who described it as a handset "built on Android open source software" but the firm has added its "own experience".
Indeed, the new device uses Android but brings an element of Microsoft too with a Windows Phone undertone to the software, giving the new Nokia X the look of Nokia's Lumia range.
Both handsets are aimed at a budget-friendly audience so come with low specs as you'd expect.
The Nokia X will come with four-inch display, along with a three-megapixel camera, dual SIM cards, 1GHZ Qualcomm Snapdragon dual core processor, 512MB RAM and a 1,500mAh battery.
Posted by Simon Thomas