Nokia Teases The Next-Gen X2 Smartphone: Could Be Announced on June 24

By Anuj

At this year's Mobile World Congress (MWC), Nokia surprised everyone with the launch of its first ever Android-powered phone, the Nokia X. The phone, Nokia X, may not have received a terrific response, but it seems that the company has learned from mistakes and therefore a legitimate successor to the Android phone could be on cards.

Nokia is teasing an announcement for June 24 and the big rumor is that this could be the launch of the Nokia X2. And while the company didn't mention any specific marketing name, Nokia indeed posted a tag line "Green with envy."

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Nokia Teases The Next-Gen X2 Smartphone: Could Be Announced on June 24


Nokia X2 - Rumors

A few days back an unknown handset was leaked out on AnTuTu benchmark site with a 4.3-inch display (800 x 480), a dual-core 1.3GHz Snapdragon 200 processor, a 5-megapixel rear- facing camera and a VGA front-facing camera. The alleged phone could be the much hyped Nokia X2.

The alleged phone is tipped to get launched on June 24. From the leaked rumors, the Nokia X2 could have a dedicated home button, a large display, faster processor with 1GB of RAM and tweaked software.

Although no official confirmation on the phone has been provided as of now, it appears that Nokia is finally ready to launch the successor to the original X.

Source - Conversations Nokia

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