Nokia X is the device launched by Nokia earlier in the year to counter the critics who felt that Nokia was missing out on the apps galore that Android provides. They rolled out the device running Android but minus Google services and in the stead run Microsoft services. Well, barely before we hit a quarter after Nokia X hitting the market there is talk of a second generation Nokia X with double the memory and different processor.
This one comes from a source in China where the Nokia X2 was benchmarked with an AnTuTu Benchmark score of 11827 and said to run 1GB RAM, 4GB internal storage and a Qualcomm MSM-8210 Dual-core Snapdragon processor clocked at 1.2Ghz.
If this turns out to be true then Microsoft Devices, the arm of Microsoft that was formed after Nokia buyout will iterate the Nokia X to some mature platform. Kind of like the cycle it took for Windows Phone right from Windows 7.5. This means then that this is a platform that can have a great future even with the lack of Google services that makes all the difference on Nokia X.