Microsoft has released a new software update for its Android-based Nokia X2 smartphone that includes adding support for connecting to Google's Gmail service, along with some other changes and additions.
The Nokia X2 still lists as coming soon in many of the countries that will see it launch, but that hasn't stopped the marketing beginning. What this is, is Nokia's newest promo video for the last X phone to run Android and it's perhaps more exciting than the phone that stars in it.
OK, maybe we're being a little harsh, but the Nokia X line hasn't exactly won our hearts since it was first...
Microsoft today announced the Nokia X2, the successor to the original X released by Nokia, as was previously teased with Nokia Conversations blog post. Priced at just €99, it's an affordable Android smartphone for targeted markets. The 4.3-inch display with Nokia Glance is joined by expandable internal storage, dual-SIM support, as well as apps and services from Microsoft.
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