While the Nokia X is a pretty fresh smartphone, earlier yesterday a new gadget from the Finnish manufacturer’s line-up made the rounds, under the moniker “Nokia X2”. The smartphone in question is obviously part of the new X family, and based on the name-tag, it could be a sequel to the original X. Judging by the information that has surfaced on the web, the gadget appears to be powered by a Qualcomm MSM8210 chip and is capable of scoring 11,827 points in AnTuTu.
Not much else has been revealed, but it didn’t take too long for the device to make a comeback, as moments ago it has popped-up in AnTuTu’s database, with more hardware specifications in tow. Let’s take a quick look at what makes the X2 tick.
Nokia X2 Specs Surface in AnTuTu – Pure Entry Level
While the “X2” moniker could hint at a much more powerful X spin-off, based on the latest pieces of the puzzle, the smartphone in question features a Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 dual-core processor with a clock range of 300-1190 MHz, an Adreno 305 graphics chip, 1 GB of RAM, 4 GB of internal storage and a 4.3 inch (estimated) display with a resolution of 800 x 480. In other words, it purely an entry level device.
The X2 also appears to be equipped with a 5 MP main camera, as well as a secondary 0.3 MP front-facing sensor. Last but not least, the nokia X2 seems to be running Android 4.3, but much like in Nokia X’s case, we suspect this is a heavily modified version of the OS.
As far as the smartphone’s performance goes, it’s been reconfirmed that the handset yields 11,827 in AnTuTu, and apparently the Adreno 305 does most of the work in order to achieve this score.
That’s pretty much all we know at this point, but as usual, we’ll continue to keep our eyes open and inform our readers on further developments, so stay tuned, and don’t forget to share your thoughts on the Nokia X2 in the comment section.