Microsoft seems determined to maintain the Nokia X lineup. More information about the next generation of Nokia X - reportedly called Nokia X2 - has surfaced onto the web. Earlier this week, we learned that the next iteration of Nokia X will sport a home button on the device, and now the same phone has been spotted in an AnTuTu benchmark test.
For those who are unfamiliar, AnTuTu is a benchmark tool available on Android that evaluates the performance of your device. It also keeps track of the devices it has tested. Recently, someone tested a Nokia X2 phone with it. The handset, as we previously learned, sports a home button right next to the back button - something users will be pleased to know. Other than that, there has been a couple of changes made to the phone.
The device brings little improvements over the Nokia X. From the benchmark tool, we have learned that Nokia X2 will have a 4.3-inch screen with a resolution of 800 x 480. It will be powered by Snapdragon 200 processor and will carry 1 GB of RAM. It will also have 4GB of storage and the Android version will be upped to 4.3. Instead of the 3MP shooter, we now have 5MP camera at the back. The color combination looks interesting as well.
Microsoft and Nokia have yet to officially announce the Nokia X2. You can take a look at the benchmark images below.