Microsoft Lumia 650 is yet to be launched by its maker, but an online retailer has already listed the device for pre-orders in the UK. The product listing of the "last Lumia" smartphone reveals key details, including its price and a few specifications.
Microsoft Lumia 650 had been in the news for quite some time, with rumours and speculations about the specs and the official launch. A recent report revealed that the Lumia 650 launch was delayed until mid-February; it was originally supposed to be released on 1 February. Now, a UK-based online retailer MobileFun has listed the affordable metal smartphone up for pre-orders on its website.
The product listing for the unlocked Lumia 650 in Black reveals the handset's price to be £199.00 (approximately Rs 19,300). The pricing seems right for the device, which is said to be Microsoft's last Lumia phone. The Redmond-based software titan is reportedly secretly working on a line of smartphones under its Surface banner instead of Lumia.
As for Lumia 650's specifications, MobileFun's listing revealed a 5-inch HD display, 8MP primary camera with LED flash, 1.1GHz quad-core processor with 1GB RAM. The handset will be powered by Windows 10 and offer 8GB on board storage with microSD card expansion (support up to 128GB) along with 30GB free OneDrive storage. A 2,000mAh battery is expected to be offered under the hood.
Weighing 150 grams, Microsoft Lumia 650 will support Wi-Fi, Bluetooth v4.1 with A2DP, GPS, and Micro USB connectivity and feature Microsoft Edge, Word Flow keyboard, new action center and Live Tiles as a part of Windows 10 bundle.
The missing features from the listing that were revealed in previous leaks include a 5MP front camera, Qualcomm Snapdragon 210 processor, dual SIM support and Quick Charge 2.0 tech.