Microsoft planned a rather modest presence at MWC 2016, without any spectacular announcements or technology demos, like many of its competitors. Still, the US giant was kind enough to bring the recently-announced Lumia 650 to the venue, which gave us the perfect opportunity for a first hands-on impression.
The device is definitely an odd mix of premium design elements, including a pretty decent AMOLED panel, but also a low-end specs sheet, not capable of delivering the full Windows 10 experience, complete with Continuum.
However, you might still find it to be an intriguing mix, perhaps even right up your alley, so you can check out our full hands-on in the review section.
No continuum No usb c What a flop.
It's good, affordable and nice design. Microsoft have to release more this type of premium looking handsets.
I am very disappointed with Microsoft. Being an owner of three Microsoft branded phones todate. The main disappointment is in the delay to upgrade Windows 10 for now a year of blank promises. For instance Lumia 640 was released as a Windows 10 ready ...