One of my favorite aspects of Androidis the pure versatility of the operating system. The Nokia X smartphone was announced last week with full service from Nokia and Microsoft. Nokia X is released with Android 4.1.2, which was released in November 2012, which is quite out of date for the new releases. Since then we have seen 6 updates, including two major revisions, bringing Android 4.4.4 KitKat.
Thanks to Nokia using an outdated version of Android, a user from XDA Developers has been able to install an exploration file that can read system partitions such as Root Explorer and manually has introduced all the applications Google on Nokia X. With a minimal effort, Nokia X now has applications Google such as Google Now, Google Maps, Google Now Launcher and most importantly, has the Google Play Store, with applications, games, music, movies and books.
But the question remains: Why would you buy Nokia X and putting Google services on it? It is an inexpensive device, has very good features, running an old version of Android and is supposed to "break" to run Google services. Answer: Because you can.