At Last, Nokia Users To Get BBM Services

. As Company Releases First Android Phone
Nokia announced at its Mobile World Congress that BlackBerry Messenger will be released soon for its Windows Phone devices.
Firstly, the service will be exclusive to Nokia’s Lumia devices but it is not unlikely that it will be released to all Windows Phone devices within a spate of six months, just as it was done with other services that were exclusive to Lumia devices.
The service is expected to be rolled out on the company’s first set of Android devices known as the Nokia X and Nokia X+ .
The X comes with a 4-inch, 840 x 480 IPS screen, 512 MB RAM, 4GB of storage, expandable storage via microSD slot and 3 megapixel camera. The X+ has the same specifications but comes with a 788 MB RAM and an included 4GB microSD card.

Author: NewsAdmin

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