Pricing For The Microsoft Lumia 650 Has Been Leaked

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Rumored to the “last Lumia device,” the Microsoft Lumia 650 pricing has been leaked by a German site WinFuture. It will be on shelves in Germany shortly after February 1st which was the initial launch date for the newest Microsoft Lumia device. The phone will be released shortly after the February 1st launch in Europe, while other regions should be receiving it a short time later.

The German carrier O2 will be the one to offer the device in two different colors: “Black and Dark Silver” or “White and Light Silver.” Hopefully other regions will have the same color options instead of just one color over the other. Another rumor has it that Cricket Wireless will be offering this device in April of this year thanks to an FCC approval here in the states. If you’re looking to get this device from O2 (if in Germany), the price without contract will be around 219 euros. Converting that to USD, the price would be around $237. Though no actual price in the U.S. was mentioned, this will provide those in the U.S. a closer look at how much they might be paying if interested.

Specs on this mid-range device, if found to be true are: a 5 inch 720 x 1280 display, a quad core Snapdragon 210 SoC, 8GB built in storage that can also be expanded thanks to a micro SD card slot, and 1GB of RAM. Battery size is 2,000mAh and should be able to get you through the day since Windows 10 is pre-installed. The rear facing camera will be 8 megapixels while the front facing camera will be 5 megapixels for those selfie pictures you love to take so much. Design wise, the phone should carry a metal frame.

You’ve heard this before from us here at TechAeris, but we love telling you over and over to take this information with a grain of salt until the device has finally been unveiled. Any thoughts on what could possibly be the last Lumia device? Let us know by leaving your comments down below, or on Google+, Facebook, or Twitter.

  Source: International Business Times
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