The Lumia 650 is expected to be the last Lumia device. We have been reporting about the device for a while now, and today we have some more info about the device. According to our sources, the Lumia 650 will be available for €220 in Central Europe (that’s about $240 and £165) which is a bit pricey considering the specs of the devices aren’t very impressive.
Additionally, we can also confirm that the device is headed to Orange France (as well as Cricket Wireless in the US). The Lumia 650 will come with the Orange Gameloft Hub, Orange Consumer Cloud, Dailymotion, Orange Et Moi and the Orange TV apps when bought from Orance France, according to our source.
For those unfamiliar, here are the reported specs of the Lumia 650:
- Qualcomm MSM8909 Snapdragon 210 or Qualcomm MSM8909v2 Snapdragon 212
- 5-inch 720p display
- 2000 mAh battery
- Includes Glance Screen support
- No dedicated camera button
- microSD card slot
As I have previously reported, the Lumia 650 will be aimed at business customers. According to my contacts, the device was marketed as “One Windows for everything, connected by the cloud” in an early internal marketing. Of course, the Lumia 650 won’t support Continuum for phones, but it will probably come with a free Office 365 Personal subscription for a year.
The Lumia 650 will certainly be a very interesting device of this year. The device is expected to get announced on February 15 – however, Microsoft isn’t hosting any fancy event to launch the device. We’ll let you know once the device is official, until then, tell us what you think of the device’s price and specs in the comment section below.