The Microsoft Lumia 650 will be officially announced at MWC 2016 conference next February as a mid-range smartphone oriented corporate use, according to a new report.
WindowsCentral ensures that the Lumia 650 – known internally as Saana and believed ever canceled – would have a 5-inch 720p screen, new quad-core Snapdragon 212 – quad-core 1.3GHz Cortex-A7 and Adreno 304 GPU – 1GB RAM, 8GB of storage expandable via microSD, 8 MP main camera with LED flash, front camera of 5 MP, and Windows 10 Mobile, and will have a metal frame around the chassis of the smartphone, giving the appearance of being a premium smartphone despite to be aimed at the midrange.
Based on internal data of Microsoft about its design, the report is accompanied by renderings that show will look like – probably – the Microsoft Lumia 650, with a design reminiscent of the fourth-generation iPhone.
Microsoft hopes to position the Lumia 650 in the corporate segment, this segment is expecting that enhances the smartphone sales to be purchased massively by corporations for their employees.
At the moment, the price of the Lumia 650 is unknown, but probably information reaches next February, as it is unlikely that Microsoft will announce at CES 2016, to be held in January, according to the report.