Customers who registered their interest on JD.com (which counted as a pre order) were given the option to buy the Nokia X, which runs on an heavily customised version of Android, at 10am (Beijing time) on March 24th and all available stock were sold by 10:05am. While we don’t know how many devices were available in the first batch it shows that there is some serious interest in the low end smartphone, which is priced at ¥599 (just under £59/$99).
More Nokia X’s are due to be available on March 31st, so it will be interesting to see if they sell out in as quick a time.
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