Nokia Announces the Nokia X2 Phone

Microsoft owned Nokia smartphone division late last night announced the Nokia X2, a follow up to the popular Nokia X phone release a few months back.

Featuring a “stylish exterior,” the phone is meant to appeal to people who like a little color on their phones. A translucent outer layer makes the phone glossy though, which Nokia thinks is a good thing — we’ll have to put it to the test to determine our verdict on that one.

The Nokia X2 has the design and durability that Nokia phones are famous for, and it can run your favorite Android apps. This video shows you all the new features coming with this new generation of Nokia X devices

See official Nokia video below:

There’s a 1.2 GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 processor, a 4.3-inch “ClearBlack” display at a WVGA resolution (with 217 ppi), a 5MP rear-facing camera, and a front-facing camera with a VGA resolution. The phone itself is also dual SIM, and it features 1GB of RAM. The specs are rounded out by an 1,800 mAh battery, and 4GB of internal storage (with microSD expandability up to 32GB).
The X2 is immediately available globally in a select group of countries for €99 (about N25,000). It comes in either glossy green, orange or black, with glossy yellow, white and matt dark grey coming soon.


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