Microsoft’s Nokia X2 to be launched in 2015?

Mobile & tablets

by Duncan MacRae| 21 May 2014

The Android smartphone is expected to have superior spec and a dedicated home button.

Microsoft is working on a new Android smarthpone called the Nokia X2, it has been suggested.

According to website BGR India, the latest addition to Nokia's X-series portfolio will have a dedicated home button.

Previously, Nokia customers had expressed their displeasure at the lack of home button on the Nokia X and were unaware that holding down the back button would take them to the home screen.

A report on Uber Gizmo has also suggested that new Nokia X devices will arrive in 2015, citing sources in the Chinese media.

The Nokia X2 is expected to have a 1.2GHz Qualcomm processor, 1GB of RAM and 4GB onboard storage.

These stats are up from the higher end Nokia XL, which had a 1GHz dual-core processor, 768MB of RAM and 4GB of onboard storage.

Source: Company Press Release

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