One of the biggest surprising moments in the MWC 2014 event was when Nokia announced the new Nokia X series running on android platform. The Nokia X, Nokia X+ and Nokia XL would support all the android apps hence forth. Nokia X and X+ are entry level phone while the XL falls in to the midrange segment. The Nokia X+ features a 4 inch display and is processed by 1GHz dualcore Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Play. Since it is an entry level smartphone, Nokia has kept its hardware very simple. It has 768RAM and 4GB internal storage, expandable up to 32GB with micro SD card. The phone wouldn’t have any Google supported apps like the Google play store, google drive, Gmail etc. instead it would features Microsoft’s cloud storage app.
The Nokia X+, being an entry level handset, supports 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GPS with A-GPS connectivity. In order to make the best use of the phone you should get PC suite for your new Nokia X. Pc suite software helps you in backing up your entire phone including data and settings which can also be restored back in one click, in case anything goes wrong with the phone. This Windows based small tool also helps you to sync your contacts, messages, appointments, calendar entries, etc between your pc and phone OR also with MS Oulook, Google and Yahoo. It lets you connect your pc to internet through your phone as Modem over USB tethering. Easy update of your phones firmware is possible with this software. It also allows you to sync your multimedia files and office documents with the computer so that you always have a backup of all your important stuffs safe. There are much more to do with PC Suite.