Announced by Microsoft last month, the Lumia 650 went on pre-order across Europe the day it was made official - it's now available for purchase in most European countries. Sadly, there has been no official information on when it will go on sale in the US.
That was, however, until now as the Redmond, Washington-based company has said that it'll be revealing the device's US availability info soon - "later this week" to be precise.
Previous rumors had suggested that the Windows 10-powered mid-range handset, which carries a $200 price tag, will be launched in the United States sometime in April this year. Among carriers, Cricket is currently confirmed to be carrying it.
I never said 'Businessmen', gender was never mentioned. Anyway, seems as though you don't know many business type people. Maybe you should get out and meet some, it could enlighten you.
It depends on who you call 'businessman'.
Businessmen would never use such a slow phone. But you can always live in your fantasy world.