According to some benchmarks on AnTuTu Microsoft is working on a Nokia X2, a successor to the Nokia X, with a 4,3 inch WVGA screen, 4 GB storage and 5 megapixel camera and running the Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 processor.
Now of course these specs could as easily run Windows Phone, and according to a posting on Secret, a messaging network designed for posting both true and false news anonymously, the handset is set to offer the option of Windows Phone also via Dual-boot.
So far so good, but the item goes on to claim to the handset will offer Google Play Store, which of course is completely counter to Microsoft’s Nokia X strategy.
The news was posted by one of Michael Faro-Tusino, Senior editor at Unleashthephones and MyNokiaBlog, contacts, which may add a smidgen of credibility to item.
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