Microsoft’ Lumia 650 is about to go on sale next month in Germany according to some reports.
The upcoming smart phone by Microsoft is heavily thought to be the ‘Last Lumia’ smart phone, and according to some previous rumors the last Lumia smart phone will launch on 1st February.
Winfuture, a German website reports that the Lumia 650’sblack color variant will be ready in stock for sale with O2 Germany.
According to some of the previous leaks it is indicated that the Lumia 650 will be come with a screen of 5-inches featuring a full HD display. The next Lumia phone is tipped to have 1 GB for RAM.
The smart phone by Microsoft is tipped to come in the markets powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 210 or a Qualcomm Snapdragon 212 processor.
In the memory department, Lumia 650 is tipped to come with 8 GB as the inbuilt storage which is expandable through a microSD memory card.
Possibly the last Lumia phone is tipped to sport a 8 MP camera at the back accompanied by an LED flash light and a 5-MP front camera. The Lumia 650 by Microsoft will run on the Windows 10 operating system out of the box.
Quite possibly the last Lumia has been highly regarded to come out featuring a 2000 mAh battery and is also favored to consist of some other connectivity features such as, Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0, Dual-SIM configurations, Bluetooth 4.1, NFC, HD Voice andWi-Fi calling.
Microsoft’s Chinese website released a video in which there was a revelation of a ‘Lumia Phone X’ and a description on how Continuum actually works.
The referredLumia Phone X could be the much awaited Surface Phone. The video read a description about the above things which has now been removed.
A smart phone distributor based in Czech Republic has leaked some information about Lumia 650 by Microsoftrecently.
The smart phone distributor has listed the smart phone on its website. The Czechbaseddistributor has reported that quite possibly the last Lumia smart phone will come out with a price tag of around CZK 5,491/- which when converted, is approximately $ 235 for the unlocked version of the phone in the Czech Republic.
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