When does a Microsoft subsidiary produce a product that runs Android? When it's not really Android. Confused yet? So were we when Nokia unveiled the Nokia X. In fact, the X (and its sibling phones, the X+ and XL) run a customized, Nokia-ized version of Android that doesn't have access to the Google Play app store. Indeed, the €89 X is no Lumia alternative, but a starter smartphone intended for markets in Asia, Eastern Europe, and Latin America. Still, color us intrigued -- we're looking forward to checking it out when it hits later in March.