The newest member of Nokia’s X family of devices, a follow up to the X, X+ and XL has just been announced on the Conversations blog. Powered by their Android operating system, the New X2 now features a Home button along side the Back button, something which should be a welcome addition. We also see a new open app view familiar to what is found on Windows Phone, along with the usual FastLane UI which has some interesting improvements. It is set to cost $99 before taxes and subsidies and will be available immediately in some markets.
Here is a hands on video of the device:
The Nokia X2’s stylish exterior remains as bold as the original Nokia X but incorporates a brand-new cool translucent outer layer, making it really shine whatever the time of day.
Navigating around the Nokia X2 is easy, thanks to Fastlane and the home and back buttons – the latter providing quick-and-easy multitasking support.
Fastlane makes it easy to see what events you’ve got coming in the future, what apps you’ve used recently, as well as the different tasks you’ve performed throughout any given day, and with just one tap, you’ve launched an app or responded to a notification.
The Nokia X2 is also equipped with another navigation option; the brand-new ‘apps list’, which keeps your home screen clear for your most used apps, bringing Nokia X2 in line with the existing Lumia experience.
More personalisation options are now available on the start screen, too, thanks to the tile color-picker feature.
The Nokia X2 is powered by a 1.2GHZ Snapdragon processor and features a 4.3 inch display with Nokia’s Clear Black Display screen technology. It comes with both a 5MP camera on the back and a 0.3MP camera on the front.
Find out more about the new Nokia X2, which will be available in green, orange, black, yellow and dark gray over on Conversations HERE.
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