The last of its kind, Nokia’s second and final installment of its Android-powered smartphone, Nokia X2, has been officially unveiled in Pakistan. As announced earlier by Microsoft, the boss of Nokia handset division now, that it is going to put an end to the Android-enabled devices.
The Nokia X2 has been given the chance to shine on the international arena with a handful of typical features which can be found in a number of its opponent handsets currently. The phone is equipped with an enhanced 4.3 inch screen panel with a resolution of 480 x 800 pixels.
Under the hood, one can find a dual-core Qualcomm MSM8210 Snapdragon 200 Cortex-A7 CPU clocked at 1.2 GHz and a cache memory of 1 GB. The phone is running high on Android 4.3 Jelly Bean OS.
The Nokia X2 supports a normal 5 MP shooter at the rear as its primary sensor whereas a secondary VGA camera sits at the front for shooting selfies. Internal storage capacity of the device is 4 GB, which can be integrated up to 32 GB via MicroSD. It has got a number of connectivity modes such as Wi-Fi hotspot, Bluetooth and is also capable of 3G connectivity.
The phone is a dual-SIM capable device with a robust Li-Ion battery worth of 1800 mAh.
The prime goal of the Nokia X project was to cushion to the Windows Phone in order to compete with international rivals. But unfortunately, it couldn’t turn the tables for the handset giant as it made a very late entry to the Android arena since it is solely dominated by Samsung, HTC, Sony and many more.