Nokia Teases New Event for June 24th with "Green With Envy" Tagline


When Nokia launched the Nokia X, we were all a little surprised and shocked, that not only would Nokia release an Android phone, but release an Android phone as they were in the midst of being purchased by Microsoft. Still, the Nokia X and the Nokia XL launched in emerging markets to help sit in between the Asha line and Windows Phone devices. They seemed to prove pretty popular with people in those regions and it looks like Nokia might just be looking to follow up with a Nokia X2. Or at least, that could be the case if Nokia is to stick with the color green again.

Nokia is teasing an announcement for June 24th, and rumor has it this could be the launch of the Nokia X2. While Nokia didn't mention any names or any information to go on really, we've seen quite a bit about the Nokia X2 already. It recently leaked out on AnTuTu with a 4.3-inch 800 x 480 display powered by a dual-core 1.3 Ghz Snapdragon 200 processor, the same that's in the Moto E. A 5-megapixel camera is pegged for the back of the device and a VGA front-facing camera is said to come along for the ride as well. This could be the announcement for the Nokia X2, but then again it could be something completely different.


It's no secret that Nokia is keen on their colors and of course, this could be any kind of Lumia in green. An announcement for another Windows Phone 8.1 device wouldn't surprise me either. With the Microsoft deal pretty much set, this could end up being the very last truly Nokia device, so it's something to keep an eye on and if they do decide to bring another Android device into the world, then we'll bring you all the news on it. Do you think they'll be doing another Android device or not? Let us know down in the comments.

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