Nokia X2 dual SIM is what Microsoft is calling the first of its next generation X series of smartphones running on a forked version of Android. The 4.3-inch handset looks like your typical mash-up of the Lumia, Asha and X and now sports a Home option beside the Back button.
The Nokia X, X+ and XL don’t have a Home key and Microsoft hints that these three are incompatible with the Nokia X platform 2.0 update because of this. The new smartphone also happens to have higher RAM than the exiting trio and a more powerful Snapdragon SoC with a dual core 1.2GHz Cortex A7 processor.
We’re not too impressed by Microsoft, but if you must know the main specs of the Nokia X2 handset because you’d consider buying it, they include a 4.3-inch, 800 x 480p screen and it’s the first phone to work on Nokia X software platform 2.0. The device features a 5MP camera and a low resolution one on the front for selfies and video chats.
Nokia X2 Dual SIM specs run-through:
– Processor: Dual core 1.2GHz Snapdragon 200 SoC
– Display: 4.3-inch ClearBlack touchscreen
– OS: Nokia X software platform 2.0
– Memory: 1GB RAM, 4GB ROM
– Expandability: 32GB microSD card support
– Dual SIM card support
– Connectivity: HSPA+, Bluetooth 4.0, Wi-Fi
– Camera: 5MP main lens w/ flash, VGA webcam
– Dimensions: 121.7mm x 11.1mm x 68.3mm
– Weight: 150g
– Battery: 1800mAh powerhouse
– Talk time: 13 hours on 3G networks
This smartphone embeds two SIM card slots in keeping with the times and has HSPA+ network support. It makes do with 1GB of RAM and 4GB internal memory. Should you run out of memory in the process of stuffing it with music, apps from Nokia Store or third-party sources, videos and what not, there’s a microSD card slot adding up to 32GB of extra space.
The Nokia X2 dual SIM is priced at €99 which converts into Rs 8100; meaning its final cost in India could be very close to Rs 10000 whenever it lands in the country.