Nokia to launch the successor of Nokia X, probably called the Nokia X2 on June 24th
Nokia has started teasing the successor to its first ever Android device, the Nokia X. It has posted an image on its conversation blog which states "Green with Envy" and we all know that Green is the colour of Android.
The teaser image posted by Nokia on its conversation blog just shows a diagonal line in white colour which does not confirms the launch of next X-series smartphone, but the company's Chinese arm accidentally posted (now removed) the full teaser image which clearly shows the complete 'X' sign, confirming the launch of Nokia X2.
The Nokia X2 has been leaked on previous occasions as well with all its specifications. It will come with a 4.3-inch WVGA display with a resolution of 800 x 480 pixels. Ticking at its heart will be a 1.2GHz dual core Snapdragon 200 processor and Adreno 305 GPU that also powers the Moto E. Nokia is working on bringing it at par with the Moto E and the hardware is quite similar to it too.
The RAM capacity is 1GB and the internal storage will stand at 4GB. There will be a microSD card slot as well for expansion of memory, up to 32GB supported. It will run on Android Open Source Project based on Android 4.3 Jelly Bean. At the back will be a 5MP camera with a LED flash and the same will be joined in by a VGA (0.3MP) camera up front.
Like all other budget devices, it will also be a dual SIM unit. Nokia has loaded it up decently to rival the Moto E but pricing will play an important role too in the same. No information is available on whether the company will introduce the successor of X+ and XL at the event as well.