As speculated earlier, Nokia today launched the successor to their first ever Android phone in the form of the Nokia X2.
This time round, Nokia have also included a dedicated home key on the hardware, something not seen on the Nokia X. Another thing Nokia have included on the X2 is a transparent coat on the front, meant to give the phone some extra sheen. Another thing that’s on the front of the device is the 4.3-inch screen, that is filled by a resolution of 800 x 480 pixels, managing a pixel density of 217ppi.
The phone uses a dual-core 1.2GHz Snapdragon 200 CPU along with a gig of RAM to comprise the processing department, along with 4GB of internal storage that can be expanded up to 32GB via microSD. The phone features dual cameras, with the rear sensor being a 5 mega-pixel autofocus one (which gives it an advantage over the Moto E, for one).
The phone is smartly priced just 99 Euros, with availability set to commence soon in select markets. Buyers will have a choice between Green, Orange and Black colour variants.