Nokia X2 is going to be not that much better than its predecessor.
Sure, it comes with 1GB of RAM, the fact that should make multi-tasking between few apps that much faster, as well as the ever needed home button which for some reason was missing in the earlier Nokia X models.
But, it’s still something we would describe as an entry-level device in this day and age, featuring a 1.2Ghz dual-core processor, 4.3-inch screen, 5-megapixel rear camera and some front-facing shooter (most likely VGA) for video calls.
Alas, Microsoft isn’t going for geeks but folks looking to spend no more than 100 Euros on their handset purchase. And that’s exactly the price users will have to pay in order to get the Nokia X2 sans any strings attached.