The Nokia XL is the largest of the lineup, featuring a 5-inch display with the same WVGA resolution. The Nokia XL includes the same processor and memory found in the Nokia X+, but also includes a larger 2,000mAh battery, and a 2-megapixel front-facing camera to go along with the 5-megapixel shooter on the rear.
It's clear to see that Nokia doesn't want its new customer to forget about itsWindows Phone devices, though, as the UI closely resembles Microsoft's "Metro" design. What is unclear, at this point, is the future of these devices, since Microsoft's purchase of Nokia's smartphone division is just about complete.
The Nokia X will go on sale immediately for 89 Euros in Asia, Europe, India, Latin America, the Middle East, and Africa. The Nokia X+ and Nokia XL is scheduled to be available in the same markets starting early next quarter, and will cost 99 Euros and 109 Euros, respectively. The Nokia X and X+ will be offered in bright green, bright red, cyan, yellow, black, and white, and the Nokia XL can picked up in bright green, orange, cyan, yellow, black, and white.