Microsoft Lumia 650 leaked via live image, confirming specs and design

Microsoft Lumia 650 in under rumors since past few months and recently got nearly official confirmation from a senior executive from the company. The upcoming Lumia 650 is a mid-range phone from the manufacturer and has already got some leaked renders last month also. Now, the reports reveal that a new live photo for this handset has appeared online which has confirmed the design that we got to see in the previous renders as well as has the Intel logo on the specs.

These leaks have appeared as the courtesy of a person who accessed the prototype unit of the device referred by codenames Saana or Sansa. Looking at the specifications, this upcoming phone doesn’t show much upgrade to the last years Lumia 640 or much of a step up from the lower end smartphone, Lumia 550.

Microsoft has provided the Lumia 650 phone with a 5 inch LCD display with 1280X720 pixels resolution. So far, we were receiving rumors that the phone will get Snapdragon 212 chip but now the sources reveal that it will come powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 210 chip, which is also used in Lumia 550.

However, there is not much difference but only that the Snapdragon 212 has higher clock speed at 1.3 GHz while on the other hand the Snapdragon 210 will be clocked at 1.1 GHz clock speed. The processor will have quad cores and the phone will also be provided by a 1GB RAM.

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There is a 2,000 mAh battery backup, alleged capacity is less than the previous versions Lumia 640 and 550 respectively. Microsoft Lumia 640 was powered by a 2,500 mAh battery while the Lumia 550 was packed with 2,100 mAh with more stand by in comparison to the upcoming Lumia phone.

Microsoft’s upcoming Lumia phone looks even more luxurious in hand than the latest flagship, Lumia 950 but it’s entry level processor and lack of LTE makes it less attractive for the potential customers.


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