It looks like a second generation of the Nokia X Android line (pictured above) might be making its way to stores this June.

If we are to believe the guys over at BGR India (and they tend to be usually spot on with these kind of speculations), the Nokia X2 will see the light of day. And it will be released first in Asia during the 4th week of June, sometime around the 23rd.

As reported previously on TechCabal, the Nokia X2 will spot a dedicated home button, which is missing on the current generation of Nokia X devices. It will also feature a 4.3 inch WVGA display, a 1.2 GHz dual-core Snapdragon processor and 4GB of internal storage. Below is what it might look like.


I don’t rule out the possibility of the image above being photo-shopped. However, BGR claims test units of the Nokia X2 have already been shipped to India and they have copies of the shipment manifest to prove it.

PS: The Nokia X is codenamed RM-980. The Nokia X2 is reportedly codenamed RM-1013.

Muyiwa Matuluko Author

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