New Android-based Nokia X2 in the making?

A new generation of Android-based Nokia X handsets may already be in the making. According to some details coming from China, a Nokia X2 was benchmarked recently, the test revealing that the device supposedly has 1GB of RAM, and 4GB of internal memory. Also mentioned is a Qualcomm MSM-8210 dual-core 1.2GHz Snapdragon 200 processor - the same that’s used by Motorola for its affordable Moto E. These features obviously make the new smartphone better than the current Nokia X, which has 512MB of RAM, and a 1GHz dual-core CPU.

That’s pretty much all the info there is about the X2 at the moment. We have to note that, several years ago, Nokia released a series of cheap candybar phones called X2, X2-01, X2-02, and X2-05 - so we’re not really sure that the new Nokia X will also be called X2. But we’ll see.

Nokia’s Devices and Services unit now belongs to Microsoft (as of last month), so it’s the Redmond company that will actually launch this alleged next-gen Nokia X. Of course, that’s assuming that the handset is indeed real.

source: Baidu (translated) via MyNokiaBlog

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