Again it's time to get the rumor mill running. According to Indian tech site BGR India, Microsoft (or Nokia, it's the same thing now) is set to release the successor to Nokia X, the entry-level Android smartphone that sparkled much controversy just a few months ago. The Nokia X2 will reportedly sport a 4.3" WVGA display, 1.2GHz dual-core Snapdragon 200 processor, 1GB of RAM, and 4GB of internal storage.
Citing insider sources, Chinese site WPDang is in full support of BGR India's claim, and has added to it a few more elements:
- Nokia X2 will be announced in the fourth week of June, somewhere in Asia.
- Along with X2, Microsoft will also unveil a new Lumia device, which is supposed to be of the middle range.
- And there will be a new budget feature phone.
There aren't many more details yet. We expect more information will soon surface, as the fourth week of June is not very far away. We will keep you updated about how this rumor develops.
Source: BGR India, WPDang
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