Clearly, there's "money on the table" for low cost Android phones, and this is Nokia's solution to capaitalise.
Nokia has unveiled its first family of Android phones at the Mobile World Conference in Barcelona.
The X, X+ and XL will range in price from 89 euros (£74) to 109 euros.
Up until now Nokia's suite of smartphones has used the Windows operating system. The announcement had been widely expected despite Microsoft detailing plans to buy Nokia's mobile division at the end of 2013.