Nokia’s first soiree into the Android market wasn’t exactly mind-blowing, but apparently it was good enough for a sequel after leaks have begun to emerge of the handset’s next set of specs.
The Nokia X2 as it’s being called, is sticking with the entry-level mantra that made the Nokia X a success, reaching out to budget phone lovers.
Whilst this doesn’t come as great news to flagship phone hunters out there, it should definitely please fans of the Android/Windows ‘hybrid’ operating system that looks set to stick around.
The X2 will reportedly feature a 4.3” display, with an 800x430 resolution, as well as boasting 1GB RAM, 4GB internal memory and a dual-core processor.
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A 5 megapixel camera is making its way onto the back of the mooted Nokia handset, with a 0.3 megapixel lens adorning the front side for all the selfie lovers out there.
Nokia, recently taken over by Microsoft, will again look to make the smartphone incredibly cheap to bring in sales, something that has clearly proved a success with the original Nokia X.
Nokia X2 design details are yet to be revealed, along with any release date, but if we were to hazard a guess, we’d expect the handset to make an appearance toward the end of the year.
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Written by Luke Hatfield