Microsoft Lumia 650 To Launch In The US Very Soon

Microsoft Lumia 650, after a long wait, has launched in different countries around the world. The only unfortunate land is the United State, which has yet to witness the release. Just last month, the 650 went for AT&T’s pre-paid Cricket subsidiary.

Lumia 650

To those who don’t know, the Lumia 650 was designed by keeping the mass use in mind. The handset was manufactured in such a way that companies could buy them in dozens of quantities and give to the employ for the effective usage.

The specifications of the Lumia 650 are what every employee would prefer. The device is powered by a Snapdragon 212 chipset paired with a 1.3GHz CPU, and the Adreno 304 GPU. The Lumia Smartphone features the 5-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 720 x 1280. The microSD card slot is present with up to 200GB capacity. The users also get 1GB RAM and 16GB free onboard storage.

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Lumia 650

Furthermore, there is an 8MP back camera with an f/2.2 aperture. For the selfie lovers, there is a 5MP shooter at the front which is also capable of video chats. There is even Windows 10 Mobile pre-loaded on the phone. The battery powering all the features is not-so powerful but good 2000mAh.

Today, a tweet from the US also emerged asking about the launch of the respective device in the region. The reply from the official hinted that there might be some unveiling announcements hiding under the Pandora box for later this week. It is confirmed that the primary source unveiling all the information will be definitely Social Media.

We all are waiting for this week to end. Till, then those who want to know about the price details of the upcoming Lumia 650 in the States it will be somewhere around $200.

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