Earlier this year Nokia took the wraps off a series of Android-based smartphones that are being purveyed under the ‘X’ moniker, now there is talk of a sequel. Benchmarking informations from AnTuTu’s website has been found detailing a smartphone from the company, designated the Nokia X2DS (RM-1013), and some specifications have also been located along with the performance data.
The phone is thought to be Nokia’s second try at the X-series Android(ish) device lineup but they haven’t done much to bump up the specs if it is indeed the phone we think it is. The leaked info shows a smartphone with a 1.2GHz Snapdragon MSM8210, 1GB of system memory and 4GB of internal storage. The display is supposedly going to be a 4.3-inch, 480 x 800 setup, with the only change over the original Nokia X being the jump up from 4 to 4.3 inches.
Camera info states that the smartphone, whatever it is, will have 5MP/0.3MP shooters and that it will support dual SIM cards. Odds are that Nokia/Microsoft will be launching several variants of the device so there should be a little variety at a future announcement. We’ve got our eyes on you Nokia. Microsoft. Whatever.
Source: Digital Trends