There are few details about the X2, but it’s said that the phone has quad-band GSM connectivity and Bluetooth. Nokia’s new naming convention suggests that the X2 is a low-end handset – it will probably be cheap and thus successful.
No word yet on when Nokia plans to announce the X2.
Until then, however, we’ve stumbled upon a Nokia X9 concept (via Pestaola):
The Nokia X9 is based on the X6 and should come with an AMOLED touchscreen display, 12MP camera with HD video recording, HDMI port, and dedicated Facebook and Twitter keys.
The concept looks nice, so let’s hope there will be a real Nokia X9 similar to it (maybe running Symbian^4).
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