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This is Microsoft’s first Android smartphone, the Nokia X2

Above: Nokia's X2 Android smartphone

Image Credit: Nokia

Microsoft’s latest smartphone, the Android-powered Nokia X2, is here.

Priced at €99 (or $135), the Nokia X2 features a 4.3-inch display, a 5MP camera, a 1.2 Ghz Snapdragon dual core processor, 1 GB of RAM, built-in Microsoft software like Skype, Outlook, and OneDrive, and most importantly, the vibrant design you’d find on any Nokia Windows Phone.

The device is available now in “select countries,” Microsoft shares. And it is expected to launch globally next month, according to BGR.

Here’s a look at the phone, available in green, orange, yellow, black, and white:

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Here’s the back of the device, in green and orange:

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And the front:

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Here are the specs:

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More information:

Microsoft Corporation is a public multinational corporation headquartered in Redmond, Washington, USA that develops, manufactures, licenses, and supports a wide range of products and services predominantly related to computing through ... read more »

Nokia’s mission is simple: Connecting People. Our goal is to build great mobile products that enable billions of people worldwide to enjoy more of what life has to offer. Our challenge is to achieve this in an increasingly dynamic an... read more »

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9 comments
sam martin
sam martin

Saviez-vous que l'oneplus ce téléphone ? Par inadvertance, lenteen.fr sur ce site pour voir ce téléphone en apparence, configuration est très bonne. Je pense que c'est ce que j'ai besoin le téléphone !

Irshu EK
Irshu EK

i have a Nokia X and it sucks

keith maxx
keith maxx

I wonder who the bright color schemes are appealing to. I see that the last of the Nokia phones retain its former parents' design sense. I can only wonder how it'll change once it turns over to Microsoft.

Joshua Darlington
Joshua Darlington

Don't they own most of the patents around android? I remember hearing something about that...

Jim Oldman
Jim Oldman

Well if ya can't beat em join em

Abhi Ak
Abhi Ak

x2 ui looks better compare to x1 (y)