Again at Cellular World Congress in February, Nokia unveiled its first foray into Android hardware. It’s a Nokia-designed model of Android with much more limitations, however Nokia has accomplished one thing just a little bit totally different with the Nokia X vary.
Solely a few months have handed however we're already listening to rumours of an Android X2 handset within the works. A Chinese leak suggests the X2 has already been benchmarked just lately with some higher specs than the unique.
In line with the leak the Nokia X2 could have 1GB of RAM and 4GB of inner reminiscence.
If the knowledge is right it's going to even have a Qualcomm MSM-8210 twin-core 1.2GHz Snapdragon 200 processor. That’s the identical processor which is at present getting used within the Motorola Moto E, which we fairly appreciated.
The unique Nokia X solely had 512MB of RAM and the processor was a twin-core clocked at 1GHz. These upgrades are all a step in the proper course.
What Will It Be Referred to as?
In the mean time we will’t be clear on what the Nokia X sequel shall be referred to as. We’ve already seen the Nokia XL and the Nokia X Plus. We're at present utilizing the identify Nokia X2 as it's easiest and makes probably the most sense.
That stated, Nokia did launch a number of cheaper handsets fairly some time in the past with the identify X2 and in a few variations. That would imply the identify Nokia X2 wont function on the subsequent Android based mostly handset from Nokia, however for now it’ll need to do.
When it comes to a launch date we aren’t anticipating to see the handset till 2015. As soon as we hear extra concerning the sequel to the Nokia X we’ll hold you posted.