The Nokia X2 Dual SIM comes in glossy green, orange, black, glossy yellow, white and matt dark grey, and is priced at 99 Euros (Rs. 8,090, in Indian money). But so far, the company has not revealed the availability of the handset in India. The specs of the Nokia X2, unlike its color variants, however, isn’t that glossy. Still, its an upgrade over the previously released Nokia X. To be precise, the handset comes with a 4.3-inch display with a WVGA (800 x 480) display resolution and a 217 ppi pixel density. The connectivity option include Bluetooth v4.0 and IEEE 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi. The smartphone is equipped with a 1800 mAh battery which can power the smartphone for approximately 13 hours.
Nokia X2 introduces a home button alongside the back button. On the Nokia X, long pressing the back button or tapping it multiple times got users to the homescreen, but with the new home button, you will directly reach the homescreen with just a tap. This is essential because the Fastlane window with all the notifications is only accessible via the homescreen.