This might now not be very good news for the house owners of the primary generation Nokia X handsets (the Nokia X, Nokia X+ and Nokia XL), as Microsoft has revealed that the latest Nokia X tool platform 2.0 OS, launched with the Nokia X2 twin SIM on Wednesday, might not be rolled-out to them.
Microsoft established the news on its Conversions weblog, and said, “as a result of the necessary hardware improvements, the Nokia X instrument platform 2.0 is not going to be to be had on Nokia X, Nokia X+ or Nokia XL.”
As for what hardware upgrades these are, aside from the presence of 1GB of RAM and a new residence button (more than likely the reason the new interface just isn’t supported), Microsoft has made no mention. The corporate, on the other hand, validated that the Nokia X, Nokia X+ and Nokia XL can be getting minor updates. The weblog post said, “on the other hand, more updates can be coming to additional improve the expertise of these units within the coming months.”
In addition, for the Nokia X2 twin SIM launched on Tuesday, Microsoft has used AOSP (Android Open supply challenge) similar to Android 4.3 Jelly Bean as the baseline for its working machine. Significantly, for the Nokia X instrument platform 1.0, the company used AOSP comparable to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
The new codebase has now been listed by using Microsoft’s Nokia Developer website, which naturally lists the improvement frameworks as AOSP API degree 18 – Android 4.3, as viewed on Android’s supply code listing.
The Nokia X2 twin SIM, the successor to the well-liked Nokia X, has been launched at EUR ninety nine (roughly Rs. Eight, 100) without taxes and subsidies. The corporate had on Tuesday revealed that the Nokia X2 can be on hand immediately in select nations globally; on the other hand it has not listed the markets.