Microsoft Lumia 650 Gets FCC Approval, Design Confirmed

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Just yesterday, rumors about Microsoft’s Lumia 650 had emerged with a leaked image and some specs. Today, the alleged handset had passed the FCC hurdle, which means a launch is imminent. The leaked live image of the device also confirm a metal frame for a more premium finish.

lumia 650 FCC

The 5-inch 720p display device is likely to come bearing the Snapdragon 210 chipset clocking at 1.1GHz. A 2,000mAh battery pack in the 650 is small, especially when compared to the Lumia 640 (2,500mAh) and the Lumia 550 (2,100mAh).

Furthermore, it is the single-SIM variant that has been cleared by FCC with the model number RM-1152 suggesting the device will first launch in the United States. Microsoft will also offer a dual-SIM variant for the device.

Lumia 650

From what the specs tell us, and this is yet unconfirmed, the Lumia 650 lacks both juice and power, but does well with the exterior design, and a pricing of under Rs. 10,000 (similar to the Lumia 550) will be needed for this device to tempt the masses.

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  • Durgaprasad Surala’s

    No budy can cross u.. I’m the fan of u

  • Stephen Victor

    But will it taco?

  • Suresh Reddy

    It should be 5k

  • Kanda Aditya

    For the features it should be around Rs. 4,000. Otherwise. It would be a joke to buy it.

  • Ayush Daroch

    Thats good
    But what is fcc?

  • Amit Yadav

    Microsoft made windows but forgot to make doors to enter and make it perfect. It’s Ok about the design but what about the windows features that lacks far behind Android and IOS.

  • Mehedi Mesook

    I am like this company if before make this design mobile more profit company

  • Pratiek Ghogre

    And that’s what you call is a classic windows phone!