Nokia was long awaited to come up with Android powered smartphones and the firm did it with the announcement of the Nokia X lineup of phones at the Mobile World Congress 2014 tech show. These phones run on Nokia X platform that is based on Android Open Source Project (AOSP). While these devices have been released in several markets including India, rumors about the next generation Nokia X have hit the web.
Speculated to be called Nokia X2, the forthcoming device from the Microsoft acquired firm has been spotted on the Chinese website and on AnTuTu benchmark with a score of 11827 points. As per the information listed on this website, the Nokia X2 features a quad-core 1.2 GHz Snapdragon 200 processor instead of the conventional dual-core Snapdragon S4 Play SoC in the Nokia X series of smartphones.
The leak also reveals that the Nokia X2 will arrive with a 1 GB of RAM that is enhanced as compared to the low RAMs used in the existing Nokia X devices and it is speculated to come with home and back buttons. Rumors claim that the device will pack 4 GB of native storage along with expandable storage support with the help of a micro SD card slot.
From the leaked specifications, the Nokia X2 appears to be a decent offering with a better processor, front-facing snapper and bigger RAM, but as of now there is no word on the possible release date of the phone.