The X2 is most likely going to be an entry level phone from Nokia
When Nokia first ventured into the Android world, it was a bit too overwhelming as far as the raw technical standpoint is concerned. We know already that the company has had plans to revise all their Windows Phone offerings but they perhaps made a clever decision by first testing the waters with a device with Google’s OS. If we talk about the original Nokia X, then it was a budget offering and was reasonably priced so that the units would move faster.
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Since we had the Nokia X in mind, it overshadowed our perspective of the X2 as well and we assumed that with this second phone, Nokia would try to bring a higher-spec’d Android phone to market. And if we decide to go with this theory, then we are looking forward to another entry level phone by Nokia in the form of the X2.
So far we don’t have enough details on the upcoming X2 and we only know that it will be powered by the Qualcomm MSM8210 chip and will run on the Android 4.3. It would equip a dual-core CPU which would be capable of running from 300-1190MHz, an Adreno 305 GPU, 1GB RAM/4GB ROM. The phone would have a 4.3” display with 800x480 resolution and the camera includes a 5MP primary unit and a 0.3 selfie snapper.