Much alike to the now older Nokia X/X+/XL family of devices, the new promo again uses essentially the same type of presentation, and leaves little doubt that India will likely be the target market for the X2. That's not to say that the X2 won't be available elsewhere, but it's probably safe to say that Microsoft/Nokia had the most success in the populous country with the previous generation.
For those who missed out on the X2, it's an affordable (EUR 99; $134), dual SIM device with a 4.3-inch, 480 x 800 resolution LCD panel, and is powered by an entry-level, dual-core Snapdragon 200 SoC and 1GB of RAM. There are also a 5-megapixel rear camera with an LED flash, along with an 1800 mAh cell that keeps the lights on.
Lastly, it should be pointed out that while the X2 runs on an Android core, the platform isn't, strictly speaking, your typical Android. Instead, this is a highly-customized take on the open-sourced OS that does not make use of Google's layer of applications, including the Play Store. In place of those, Microsoft has outfitted the X2 with its own layer of apps and services, including Skype, Outlook, OneDrive (with 15GB of free storage), HERE Maps, and OneNote. For third-party apps, you'll have to make use of the built-in Nokia Store, which is actually interconnected with other, third-party stores, that usually host a limited number of popular iOS/Android apps.