Different folks have a different perpective on the Nokia X but if a new report is to be believed, Microsoft will be fixing at least one common complaint in the next generation device. According to BGR India, the Nokia X successor is currently in development and will be getting a dedicated home button like regular Android devices.
One of the issues we noticed with the Nokia X during our review is that the experience isn't totally intuitive. Holding the back button down will get you back to the homescreen, but there's nothing that indicates this to the user. They have to figure it out for themselves. A dedicated home button would be a definite improvement.
Since everything on the Nokia X runs through the homescreen and the adjoining fastlane, the easier it is to get there, the better. Apparently user feedback on this particular topic has seen a common complaint, so it would at least satisfy those folks. But there's a bunch of other stuff we'd like to see Microsoft improve for future Nokia X devices, too. But that's another story for another day.
Source: BGR India
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