Nokia is a very famous telecommunication brand and was at one point the number one mobile phone company in the world. Nokia was founded 150 years ago in Finland and has been serving the worldwide market ever since with some amazing cell phones and smartphones. Nokia’s first smartphones ran on Symbian OS, and they later merged with Microsoft and reentered the smartphones market with a new line of Windows Phones, like the Lumia series, including Lumia 638, Lumia 535 Dual SIM, Lumia 640 XL LTE Dual SIM, and the Lumia 950 XL Dual SIM.
Google Play Store for Nokia smartphones
The Lumia 950 XL Dual SIM is an awesome smartphone that will make everything in your life easier and more interesting. You can enjoy watching your favorite high definition movies and see your photos come to life on the 5.7 inch Gorilla Glass scratch-resistant screen with crystal clear picture quality even in sunlight. If you love mobile games, you will fall in love with this smartphone because it allows you to play even the most serious games that require a lot of processing power without lagging. The special Snapdragon octa-core processor gives you all the performance you need, plus a generous 3GB of RAM and huge internal memory of 32GB. All of this allows you to work on your Nokia phone just like you would on a PC.
I know what you’re thinking – how can Google Play Store work on a Nokia smartphone that’s not running on Android OS?
Luckily, the high end Nokia Lumia smartphones are powerful enough that you can install an Android emulator application and trick your Windows Phone into running Android applications – including Google Play Store!
Download Play Store for Nokia Android smartphone
If installing an Android emulator on your Nokia Windows Phone sounds too complicated, you do have another option, but it will require some patience. You see, Nokia’s partnership contract with Microsoft is ending soon, and Nokia has already begun designing at least one amazing Android-based smartphone that will be released sometime near the end of 2016 (probably around September or October). So if you don’t mind waiting 9 months to get Nokia’s first ever Android smartphone to run the Google Play Store, all rumors indicate that it will be a really incredible piece of technology.
If, on the other hand, you have a Nokia Lumia or other Windows Phone and want to be able to access the Google Play Store right now, your best option is to install an Android emulator.