After the wake of releasing the Nokia X2 Dual SIM back in June, Microsoft has made the smartphone to available with Android platform in India for Rs 8,999. It accompanies a 4.3-inch Clearblack display, 1.2GHz dual center processor, 1GB of RAM, 5MP autofocus rear primary camera with LED flash, VGA front-shooter camera and a 1800 mAh battery.
After acquiring Nokia by Microsoft a couple of months back, points of interest were dim about the fate of the Nokia X series of smartphones. Before they officially affirmed that Nokia X smartphones would be retired and they would concentrate on Windows Phone devices, Microsoft felt free to propelled the successor to the Nokia X, the Nokia X2.
I don’t get what’s the purpose of dispatching the Nokia X2 here in India, particularly in the wake of realizing that Microsoft won’t support their android based devices in future, Infact Microsoft has killed its Android based devices. There wont be any future updates too for android smartphones by Nokia. Likewise, after the dispatch of value-for-money smartphones like Asus Zenfone 4, Asus Zenfone 5, Xiaomi Redmi 1s, Micromax Unite 2, and the Moto G (2014), I don’t think there would be numerous individuals picking in for the Nokia X2.
Would you purchase the Nokia X2 Dual SIM considerably in the wake of realizing that Microsoft will no more release Android smartphone and will stop android support too in near future? Do individuals truly have such tremendous measure of confidence in Nokia’s brand? Drop in your remarks below.