By now it’s common knowledge that Microsoft is holding the reigns at Nokia’s smartphone department and it’s looking as though the two companies have a new phone in store for the world. According to the Nokia Conversations blog, we’ll know exactly what it is come early tomorrow morning, which is when the countdown timer hosted on the teaser page reaches zero hour.
Microsoft and Nokia are widely expected to announce the second iteration of the Nokia X smartphone, a handset that features low enough specs to make it a good entry-level device but which runs a specially-created version of Android.
This comes from the teaser site itself, which features the same colouring as the original Nokia X announcement (and also has a rather prominent ‘X’ featured on the page itself), but the Nokia X2 is expected to be an improvement over its immediate predecessor.
Rumour states that the X2 will have a 4.3-inch display, 1GB of RAM and a 5MP camera. A 1.2GHz processor is also expected but, based on the last device’s launch, there will probably be a few variants introduced at the same time so we might see the specs vary tomorrow.
Source: The Verge