US-based tech giant Microsoft has officially launched its latest smartphone, Android-powered Nokia X2, which is equipped with a dual-SIM feature having an affordable price tag.
The product page of Nokia X2 read “Striking to look at and beautiful to hold, the Nokia X2 Dual SIM seemingly glows from within with its innovative dual layered finish. Available in a range of vibrant colours and strutting a gorgeous 4.3″ ClearBlack WVGA display, it’s a model in its own right.”
The new Nokia X2 smartphone is equipped with a 4.3-inch screen size and it is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 dual-core processor clocked at 1.2GHz. Meanwhile, it sports a 5-megapixel rear camera with flash and auto focus, as well as a front shooter that perfectly suits Skype calls.
The company has been quoted saying in a press release on June 24 2014 that “In terms of Microsoft-made apps, Skype, Outlook.com and OneDrive with 15GB storage are available right out of the box. Bing Search app, Yammer and Xbox games, including SnapAttack, Wordament and Kinectimals are available from the Nokia Store. The note-taking app, OneNote also makes its debut, giving people another useful way to experience cloud services.”
The Nokia X2 carries a price tag of nearly USD135 and is it immediately commercially available in “select countries,” but the company has still not disclosed that which all countries it will be available. Meanwhile, BGR has claimed that the smartphone will make a wider debut globally in July 2014.