Nokia Pixel Is Just Nokia X2 Running Custom Android Nougat ROM

Nokia's entry-level Android phone will not be launched.

    In the last week, a new Nokia phone dubbed Nokia Pixel was spotted on GeekBench database revealing entry-level specifications. However, it garnered the attention of Nokia fans as it is likely to run Android Nougat OS.

    Nokia Pixel Is Just Nokia X2 Running Custom Android Nougat ROM

    Eventually, those eager to get their hands on the upcoming Nokia Android phone would have come to a conclusion that Nokia is working on a budget smartphone packed with the latest iteration of Android OS. But, that might not be the case!

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    Going by a recent report, the Nokia Pixel is nothing but the classic Nokia X2 Android phone.

    Well, the Nokia Pixel is a variant of the Nokia X2 that runs the custom Android Nougat ROM. While running the benchmark, the person has changed the name of the device to Nokia Pixel just to create a confusion and of course has succeeded in the same.

    Nokia Pixel Is Just Nokia X2 Running Custom Android Nougat ROM

    There are a few points that justify that this report is genuine as you can get to know the same from the leaked benchmark listing of the Nokia Pixel and that of the Nokia X2.

    Also read: Nokia Android Smartphones Coming in 2017: 3 Things We Expect

    One thing is that the specs listed on the benchmark database of the alleged Nokia Pixel smartphone shows outdated specs such as 1.9 GHz dual-core Qualcomm processor and 926 MB storage.

    Nokia Pixel Is Just Nokia X2 Running Custom Android Nougat ROM

    Another point is that the benchmark listing of the Nokia X2 or Nokia ara smartphone shows that the device uses the same processor and storage and it runs on Android 5.1.1 Lollipop OS.

    hose Nokia fans waiting for the Nokia Pixel might definitely be disappointed to know this, but we need to keep in mind that until Nokia announces any detail officially, we can't come to any conclusion.

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