Recently, Microsoft unveiled its first Android-powered Smartphone, the Nokia X2, after completing its takeover of Nokia’s handset division. Nokia gave us a steady diet of cheap, entry-level Android handsets with dual SIM support and a price tag of around $135, without a contract. This new Smartphone sports a dual-core 1.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 processor, 1GB RAM, a 5 megapixel camera, and 4GB of internal storage memory (further expandable via MicroSD memory card). Apart from Nokia’s ClearBlack technology, the Nokia X2’s screen is laced with display features like brightness control, tactile feedback, Nokia glance screen, scratch resistant glass, and double-tap to wake. Microsoft has also added the transparent glass cover that was found missing in the previous handsets.
Display – 4.0 inches (233 ppi pixel density)
Display – 4.3 inch WVGA (ClearBlack LCD screen)
The body design of this new Android-powered Smartphone is quite good and similar to previous Nokia X handsets. Its look is descent and gives an elegant touch. Unlike other Smartphones, Nokia X2 is different in look and specifications.
Nokia X2 has an eye of 5 megapixels to capture your precious moments of joy. It also features a LED flash to make your images beautiful and bright, even in low light.
Nokia X features a 4.3 inch ClearBlack VGA display which will boost the quality of your pictures and movie experience.
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