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NOKIA X and ZTE Blade 3 is 2 defferent devices. Blade 3 have 1 core, nokia x have 2. You can try to flash some nokia x rom, and see what's happen.  :P  :D

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But why would you want to? I actually like Android and Google services. I don't think it's even fair comparison to Microsoft/Nokia services. :P It would be much more interesting to see X running 'real' Android instead.
 
Nokia X kernel source is in my github btw.
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I got exited when i read this,but then i did a little research and found out it wasnt a windows phone :D.I would test it out if someone ware to build it from Konstat's sources but i would go back to cm11 in a couple of hours,unless there is a big difference in performance,but lets face it that is not going to happen.

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I got exited when i read this,but then i did a little research and found out it wasnt a windows phone  :D.I would test it out if someone ware to build it from Konstat's sources but i would go back to cm11 in a couple of hours,unless there is a big difference in performance,but lets face it that is not going to happen.

Err, you can only build Linux kernel for Nokia X (RM-980) from that source. It's absolutely no use for Blade III or any other device.

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