The new Nokia X2 is now available in the Ghanaian market, says Microsoft. The software company says that the device has been designed to help connect the people of Ghana to the internet as well as make cloud services available to them.
Head of Marketing, Nokia West and Central Africa, Deborah Shepard, stated: “Following on the fantastic reception to the Nokia X family in Nigeria, we’re pleased to offer the next, evolutionary step in the line-up with the stunningly designed and affordable Nokia X2.”
In specs, this new Microsoft device has a 4.3-inch Clear Black display, a 5MP rear-facing, autofocus camera with flash, as well as a front-facing VGA camera. It also runs on a Qualcomm Snapdragona 200 processor featuring a dual core 1.2 GHz CPU and 1GB of RAM. Microsoft services are also not scarce as it has Outlook, Skype and up to 15GB of free One Drive cloud storage.
With The Nokia X2, apps like OneNote and Yammer are available but have to be downloaded (for free) from the Nokia Store. Opera for Android is the device’s default browser.