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Nokia has also added its own gesture modifications for its keyboard and provides a set of instructions explaining how to quick copy, cut and paste, add punctuation, or change the case of letters.
Common to other Android devices, a downward swipe connectivity icons in the top right hand corner of the screen provides shortcuts to wi-fi, Bluetooth, a SIM card switcher and sound.
Although users won't be able to download apps from Google's Play store, they can use rival Android app stores such as Yandex's.
And while Nokia and its soon-to-be new owner Microsoft will be hoping developers port their Android apps to the Nokia platform, there are already a few old favourites installed on the device.
One app that was installed on all X devices on display was BBM, which has yet to make it to any of Nokia's Lumia devices. BlackBerry separately announced BBM would be available on Windows Phone devices this summer.