After many, many months of leaks about it, Microsoft is finally about to make the Lumia 650 official around the middle of this month (with in-store availability following closely). Before that happens, however, we've got another bit of leaked info regarding the mid-ranger.
This time around the news comes from Ireland, where the device will allegedly be sold for €199.99 sans contract. That pretty much fits with previous pricing information we've seen, be it from the Czech Republic or the UK.
Aside from this tidbit, we also get to peek at the alleged store card you can see above, which neatly lists the Lumia 650's main features - thus confirming them yet again.
So, the handset should have a 4.97" touchscreen, an 8 MP rear camera, a 5 MP selfie snapper, a 1.3 GHz quad-core processor, 16GB of built-in storage, HD voice support, and Glance Screen. It will obviously run Windows 10 Mobile. The metal construction gets a mention too.
Microsoft needs to launch this type of phones, affordable and premium looking
Why to buy such a phone with declining sales, zero apps, zero interest from coders? To have a brick in my pocket? No, thank you.
nexus is like a germ compared to huge android family. How about the rest? the super cheap phone? they won't get it right? we are talking about what manufacturer update release to their customers. not all people know how to root especially the eldest,...