Dual-SIM Microsoft Lumia 650 visits FCC

Another Microsoft Lumia gets clearance by the FCC, this time it appears to be the dual-SIM Lumia 650. With standard size display and appreciating specs, the new model follows the single SIM version of the Lumia 650. The single SIM version was reported at FCC with model number of RM-1152 early in January while right after a month the new dual SIM version appeared with model number of 1154.

Since January when the single-SIM Lumia 650 arrived at the FCC there have been talks about the dual SIM version of the same device, here we have the details for you. Besides the dual SIM option, the Lumia 650 with model number RM-1154 comes with all the common specs of its single SIM version. As we have discussed the features of the Microsoft Lumia 650, with dual SIM the new version will arrive with a 5-inch display and resolution of 720x1280pixels. With these details on its display you will get results on the Lumia 650 in pixel density of 294ppi.

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Lumia 650


Under the hood the Lumia 650 is reported with two options, either Snapdragon 210 or Snapdragon 220 chipset. Both version of the Qualcomm chipset features quad-core CPU and Adreno 304 GPU. The Lumia 650 battery is reported to be 2000mAh while its camera details show 8megapixel on rear and 5megapixel on front. Besides these all, the Lumia 650 comes with Lumia Glance Screen, and also there is external storage option available.

As per the recent reports the Lumia 650 is also set to be joined by a larger sibling. This may be the Lumia 650 XL with a 5.4-inch display and equally large size. The Lumia 650 XL is also expected to replace the Lumia 850 with matching specs but with a bigger screen and larger battery capacity. Both of the new Lumia 650 models are expected to get unveiled by mid-February.

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