It looks like Microsoft is all set to unveil a new LTE-enabled handset targeted at the budget segment, the Lumia 650. Renders of the device have leaked, giving us a quick look at what's on offer with the handset. The image in question suggests that the Lumia 650 will be a dual-SIM handset, sporting a speaker at the front.
The rumored specs include a 5-inch 720p display, Snapdragon 210, 1GB of RAM and 8GB internal memory. The major differnetiatior between the device and the recently announced Lumia 550 is the screen size, with the latter featuring a 4.7-inch 720p display. [Note: Our sources say a Snapdragon 410, not a 210]
There's no mention of a launch date. It is likely Microsoft may hold off until Mobile World Congress — held in February 2016 — to unveil the handset, although given the relatively low-key launch of the Lumia 550, we may see the Lumia 650 before that.
What do you guys think of the Lumia 650 from the leaked render?
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