Microsoft Mobile Launches Nokia X2!
After much teasing last week, Microsoft Mobile has released the Nokia X2, their first Android phone. Nokia hasn’t made its impact in the Android world, hopefully this new gadget changes things the company. The Nokia x2 comes in a range of colours including glossy green, orange, black, glossy yellow, white and matt dark grey. The mobile phone is already available in selected countries for only €99. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VCA1bHO-qpM The Nokia X2 has a 4.3 inch LCD display, 1GB of RAM and 1.2GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 processor. It comes with a 5 megapixel camera with LED flash, 4 GB internal storage limit, microSD slot as well as Bluetooth version 4.0 and a 1800 mAh battery. It also supports dual-SIM. Microsoft has also included a home key to address complaints of difficulty in navigation with the old Nokia phones. Users will be taken back to their home screen with the home button. A return back key has also been included. Just like the typical Android mobile phone, holding down the home button will enable a pop up multi tasking screen. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ri7qNQc5Q08 The Android OS is still in the Nokia X2 and offers a Windows Phone inspired user interface with the advantage of having the complete collection of apps from Android at the user’s own fingertips. Anyone who purchases the Nokia X2 will receive 15GB of OneDrive storage for free. In addition, various Microsoft apps and services are pre-installed, including Outlook, OneDrive, Skype and even some Xbox games. Microsoft has chosen to use Opera has its official internet browser for the Nokia X2. The browser is available free for download from the Nokia Store which has been available since February this year for all Nokia X customers. With the reputation the Nokia smartphones have had, this phone is the one that will either change the opinion of many consumers or solidify them. I can see that Microsoft Mobile is really trying to up their performance and I honestly hope that the Nokia X2 is the device to kick start a good stable production of smartphones for the company. Source: Nokia Conversations Via: AndroidAuthority