Microsoft comes up with innovation and technical brilliance once more. Now it is Nokia X2, the successor to Android-centred Nokia X handsets. The new handset is priced at 99 euros and is destined to compete with Samsung, HTC and Chinese players like Gionee, Huawei and ZTE.
In Indian money the price is about Rs 8100, before taxes and subsidies and will be immediately available in selected countries.
Technical specifications convey that the new gift of classic technical brilliance has a 1.2 GHz dual core Snapdragon processor built in, a screen as wide as 4.3 inch clear black display, 5MP camera and dual SIM facility. The handset will also have Microsoft apps like Skype, Outlook.com and OneDrive with 7GB free cloud storage. With 1GB RAM, it also has a superb memory of 4GB that can be expanded up to 32 GB. Such an alluring handset draws power from an 1800mAh battery.
X2 is also loaded with a fantastic facility of having a new navigation option-“Apps list” which keeps the screen clear for most of the used apps.
India, the largest home to smartphone users will have the handset at an amazing price of Rs. 10000 after adding the taxes. Though tech buffs believe that Nokia is relatively a late entrant in the field of Smartphones and dual SIM services, they also opine that the company has been steadily increasing its portfolio and is well appreciated by the users.
With embedded technical creativity and competing price, the handset is sure to rock the floors at once it gets unveiled.