The Nokia X successor has just made an appearance on AnTuTu carrying a substantially upgraded hardware. While it’s still no flagship product, the smartphone is now bigger than the predecessor and features more RAM and what appears to be a better processor with the Snapdragon 200 SoC. Of course, that assumption is based on the fact that what we see here is the real deal, so we’re taking it with a pinch of salt for now.
Another interesting aspect of the leak is the mention of a dual boot OS, possibly Windows and Android. This is very interesting as we’re yet to come across a true dual booting Android/Windows Phone handset. Microsoft and Nokia will not have to worry about Google’s disapproval towards such projects as it will be running a heavily skinned version of Android without Google services, much like the Nokia X.
Other specs of the Nokia X2 include 4GB of storage, 1GB of storage along with Android 4.3 Jelly Bean. Considering that the Nokia X was launched not too long ago, we might have to wait a bit to see the Nokia X2 in action. But we’re sure leaks like these will keep dropping by periodically to remind us of its existence.
Via: Android Community